With over 40 years of project experience, Bruce—a specialist in healthcare design—is responsible for our US East Healthcare sector. A founding member of the American College of Healthcare Architects, he’s designed and been responsible for all aspects of healthcare facilities. These days, he spends a great deal of effort helping develop the best teams for a client, connecting the threads that lead to successful projects.
Bruce has worked all over North America, the Middle East, and India on significant healthcare projects. He helps clients map departmental usage and develop projections for the future, leads masterplan workshops, and steps in to peer review healthcare projects of all types. Most recently, he’s been involved in the Cleveland Clinic Cancer Building, a new facility to consolidate cancer care for patients of the clinic. He also presented at the Corazon Conference in Nashville on the changes in outpatient care. Next, Bruce will be presenting on the application of analytical tools for planning academic medical centers at Tradelines.
A proponent of patient-focused design, Bruce always looks to improve quality of life. On his own time, he’s active in downhill skiing, mountain bike riding, shot gun sports, and woodworking. His current passion is wood turning.