Bruce Hampton’s dedicated work in energy and resource conservation and sustainable building methods has received national recognition and numerous awards. A graduate of Yale University and the Boston Architectural Center, Bruce maintains key associations with the United States Green Building Council, the Healthy Building Network, New England Solar Energy Association, and other environmentally conscious organizations in addition to being the Chief Architect for the Hickory Consortium. As principal in his own firms since 1982, and through teaching, publication, and participation, Bruce has established an outstanding record of leadership in the development and implementation of innovative, environmentally sound uses of the earth’s resources.
Bruce Hampton holds NCARB registration in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. His body of work ranges from single dwellings to master planning for large urban sites, and includes extensive experience in modular construction.