David Scott Parker Architects specializes in preservation and adaptive use of historic structures. The firm has worked on numerous important properties and National Historic Landmarks, including the U.S. Treasury in Washington, D.C.; the 18th century industrial Quarter in Bethlehem, PA; and Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Brooklyn, NY. Parker created a master plan for Fairfield's Historic Town Gree, compiled Historic Structures Reports on its 18th Century buildings, and assisted with their restoriation. Currently projects include master plans for Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum and Greenwich Historical Society's Bush-Holley site- both National Landmarks.
Parker Architects' honors include a 2014 Preservation League of New York State Excellence Award, 2014 & 2013 New York Landmarks Conservancy Moses Awards, a 2012 Institute of Classsical Architecture & Art stanford White Award, and a 2010 Palladio Award.