University of Illinois at Chicago
Master of Architecture
University of Notre Dame
Bachelor of Architecture
Pete Noone is a Principal and the Managing Director of SCB’s San Francisco office where he is responsible for the office’s overall operations and management. He sits on the firm’s Executive Committee that oversees SCB’s operations, risk management, finance, and strategic pursuits, providing firmwide leadership and direction. Pete also leads the firm’s internal professional development and educational programs for staff.
As the Managing Principal for the firm’s west coast projects, Pete’s responsibilities include team organization and assembly; contract review and fee negotiations; and overall project delivery strategy and execution. His counsel and organizational talents are instrumental at the beginning of projects, and his experience and expertise in construction administration are key components of SCB’s reputation as a firm that builds what it designs.
In his 35+ years at SCB, both in the Chicago and San Francisco offices, Pete has supervised teams for numerous large-scale multifamily residential, mixed-use, and institutional projects nationwide. While in the Chicago office, Pete led teams on the award-winning restoration of the Nichols Tower as part of the historic Sears Catalog Facility in Chicago’s Homan Square; One Rincon Hill in San Francisco; The Legacy at Millennium Park in Chicago; and the Guglielmino Athletics Complex at the University of Notre Dame. Since relocating to California, Pete’s projects include 399 Fremont and Solaire, residential apartment towers in San Francisco; 615 Eighth Avenue, a condominium project in Seattle; and Park Lane Ala Moana, Anaha, and Victoria Place, all luxury condominium projects in Honolulu.
Pete received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is a Director at Large and Assistant Secretary of the AIA San Francisco Board of Directors, and serves on the Management Group of the national Documents Committee of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).