Michael Burch, Principal & General Manager
Michael J. Burch is the General Manager and a Principal at ScottAG, and has been with ScottAG on a full time basis since 1991. He has performed nearly every function within the company, and now manages the business and oversees large projects in sales, design, and production. Michael's education and experience in planning and architecture give him an ideal background for the projects ScottAG undertakes. He has managed many regional mall renovations, historic renovation projects, and large institutional projects.
Before coming to ScottAG, Michael worked with several architectural firms in Northern and Southern California. Working on multi-family residential and commercial projects as well as assisting in the development of proposals for competitions and government contracts provided him with an understanding of the business behind the design and development industries.
Michael is a key player in every ScottAG project. His ability to navigate the complexity of large projects while maintaining the vision and clarity of the design concept has made him a valuable asset to many clients.
Along with the completion of over two dozen retail projects in the past 10 years, Michael has completed several large national and international projects in other areas. He orchestrated a corporate ID rollout for SGI that included 130 locations in 80 countries. Michael was also the driving force behind the design and execution of the SFO International Terminal Concessions Tenant Sign Program which was honored with an SEGD Honor Award and was delivered on time and under budget. Michael was the lead designer and traveled to London and Dubai to oversee the design and implementation of the Mall of the Emirates project.
B. A., University of California Irvine, 1989
California Contractors License 345283
Society of Environmental Graphic Design.
International Conference of Shopping Centers.
International Sign Association.
Society for Commercial Archaeology
SEGD Honor Award, SFO International Terminal Concessions. Tenant Identification and Wayfinding Signage Program 2002