Bruce Nelligan has more than 25 years of experience in institutional, cultural and commercial projects for such clients as Alvin Ailey, the Regency Hotel, and Bertelsmann Property Inc. He has also led the restoration and renovation of properties for the School Construction Authority, the New York City Department of Design & Construction, and the New York City Housing Authority. He is the recipient of multiple awards including the New York Society of Architects Matthew Del Gaudio Award and the AIA School Medal and Certificate of Achievement. Mr. Nelligan was awarded second place in the Alabama School of Fine Arts Competition.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Nelligan worked with the firms of Eisenmann/Robertson, Prentice Chan Olhausen, and Mayers & Schiff Associates, P.C. where he served as the project architect for numerous large-scale commercial projects including Two Times Square, the 25-story Ramada Renaissance Hotel, and the 42nd Street/Times Square Streetscape Project.
In the last decade, Mr. Nelligan has been the Principal-in-Charge for a range of building construction types with a value over a half billion dollars in construction costs. He is currently responsible for more than 30 Capital Improvement Projects for the NYC School Construction Authority and an additional 29 building enclosure rehabilitation projects for a variety of libraries, cultural, transportation and health facilities for the NYC Department of Design and Construction. He has also acted as Principal-in-Charge for many residential projects, including the complete interior renovation of several historic landmark townhouses and full architectural services for a 14,000 square foot summer house in Southampton, NY.