Having a close association with various members of Fulton Trotter since 1976, Bruce has had long standing appreciation of the practice’s culture of ‘family’. This culture appealed to Bruce right from the beginning of his association with the practice and took the opportunity to become part of the Fulton Trotter ‘family’ in 1987 when he was offered a sea change working in our previous Tweed Heads office.
Having extensive history and experience with Fulton Trotter, Bruce enjoys the mentoring aspect of his role as Senior Associate. Part of his goal as a Senior Associate is to connect with younger staff members coming into the firm, both from within the industry as well as straight from the architectural education system. Bruce’s role allows him to be involved across a number of teams, assisting and mentoring throughout multiple projects at one time. Bruce’s involvement in numerous government works throughout Queensland and New South Wales, allows him to guide younger staff in the best practice of designing and managing large, challenging projects.
In the modern technology driven times, Bruce still enjoys the beauty in drawing free-hand sketches and resolving difficult details from his substantial collection of knowledge.