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Bruce Brosch


Bruce Brosch studied at the University of Cincinnati, graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture. He became a registered architect in 1978 and was awarded his national registration (NCARB) in 1979.

In 1979, he joined Nichols and Associates (the forerunner of NBWW) and was project designer and manager for many of the firm’s key projects, such as the Westin Convention Center Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island; the Alhambra, an office/hotel complex in Coral Gables, Florida; and the Barclays Financial Center / J.W. Marriott mixed use facility in Miami, Florida.

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