Bruce Gould

Senior Associate
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Bruce is a highly experienced and passionate Project and Development Manager, with over 30 years  experience across a variety of diverse projects and property sectors. He utilises a systematic approach incorporating best practice principles when assessing and managing projects within or across sites, keeping stakeholders interests top of mind.

His proven ability to understand and adapt to diverse environments has led to delivery of desired outcomes across a variety of settings.. Bruce has worked with many public and private stakeholders and enjoys the challenge of attaining a commercially viable authority approval and then seeing a project through the procurement, delivery and occupation phase.

Bruce has had experience with integrated developments and strives to understand & resolve every aspect of an approval (especially NSW Heritage Office, DECC & RMS).


  • RACF, Residential Land + 250 Villa Retirement Village in Regional NSW

  • Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 & 2

  • University of Sydney – Campus Infrastructure: Centre for Carbon, Water & Food

  • University of Sydney – Campus Infrastructure: Nepean Clinical School

  • University of Sydney – Campus Infrastructure: Controlled Environment Facility (Alternate On-Site Power Generating Plant – 5off Gas Powered Electrical Gen-Sets)

  • University of Sydney – Campus Infrastructure: Plant Breeding Institute

  • BER P21: Programme of Works in Sydney Metro + Central Coast/Hunter Valley

  • Little Bay @ Little Bay (Residential)



  • Programme management

  • Project leader and manager

  • Construction planning and procurement strategy

  • Property development

  • Design and documentation management

  • Planning requirements and process

  • Site preparation and contaminated land management

  • Design co-ordination, procurement and delivery of infrastructure and major services

In the Spotlight

Bruce has recently joined the team and is working on the procurement of design consultants for the Cockle Bay Park development project.