Scott’s mom called him her “little engineer” because he was always tinkering with broken toys and fixing things to understand how they work—Scott felt fated to mechanical engineering. A co-op internship, where he was exposed to plastics manufacturing and testing, stuck with Scott through college, and after graduation, he found his calling at Saint-Gobain.
Scott feels that every day in the lab is an adventure—that he never knows what he’ll be working on. Whether it’s digging into new equipment, testing processes, or playing with different materials, Scott and his team dive head first into figuring out how stuff works, what doesn’t, and how to apply their findings toward success.
“The thing I like best about Saint-Gobain’s culture is that I really don’t feel like I’m going to work. I'm spending time not with my colleagues—but rather, my friends.”
“We spend a lot of time on the plant floor, getting hands-on with the equipment, and it’s really fun trying to figure out how to get the equipment running and how to solve the latest challenges in production.”