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A leader in his field of mechanical engineering and boasting 20 years of experience in the industry, Bruce began his career working ‘on the tools’ in refrigeration and air conditioning.
Bruce has a strong reputation in the Brisbane market as an excellent communicator and team player who will deliver multi-faceted engineering solutions to the most complex of structures in the built environment. He relishes in the satisfaction of helping clients achieve the best results for their developments.
For the last seven years, Bruce has worked on many commercial and workplace projects across the Brisbane skyline and says there is something very rewarding about walking through the city and seeing the direct contribution he and his team have made to their community.
Currently, Bruce is working on the Queens Wharf Mansion Precinct, a standalone development located adjacent to the QWBIRD. The project will comprise a 71-floor residential tower (980 apartments) and an 18-floor commercial building which is set to be 30,000sqm over five basement levels.
Another standout project is Midtown Centre in Brisbane, which he worked on before joining the ADP team. The project comprised the redevelopment of two 19 storey towers built in the ’80s, being joined together by an external facade with six more levels added on top to create a 26-storey, 45,000sqm commercial office tower.
Since his teens, Bruce has loved the outdoors. He is an avid rock climber and has some interesting if not terrifying stories of hanging off rock ledges and climbing great heights.