Advisory Board Member:
Architect, Purveyor of Wisdom
Healthcare Design Work
Bruce’s practice covered 5 decades, with most of it being in the design of healthcare facilities. He was Stantec’s leader of their corporate wide Health + Wellness practice, helping to grow it into a top 5 global health design firm. His projects ranged from a new hospital in Inuvik above the Arctic Circle in Northern Canada, to a new 100 bed hospital on the Island of Tobago in the Caribbean. Bruce has been named as one of the top 25 most influential people in healthcare design in North America. His last project prior to his retirement in July 2018 was the $1.5 billion Calgary Cancer Centre.
As a Purveyor of Wisdom, Bruce now uses his earthly experiences as a designer, coach, mentor, patient and advocate to continue to improve the delivery of healthcare. Bruce is an active member of the Patient Voice’s Network a community of patients, families and caregivers working with health care partners to improve the health care system in British Columbia. Bruce also sits on the board of the Louis Brier Home and Hospital, home to 215 residents. The Brier is a leader in the provision of care to the Jewish elderly in Vancouver through excellence in service, clinical practice, education and community outreach.
Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Environmental Studies, University of Manitoba
Master of Architecture, University of Manitoba
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Member
Life Member, Alberta Association of Architects
Architectural Institute of British Columbia, Retried Architect
Board member, Louis Brier Home & Hospital
Board member & vice-chair, City of Richmond Aquatic Services Board
Patient Voice’s Network participant
Bruce is the leader of the Rattling Chain Gang, a not-so-elite a group of friends who love to drink, eat and laugh while cycling around British Columbia and countries abroad. This October it’s a week in Puglia Italy.