About Bruce Miller
Bruce Miller is a seasoned architect with experience in a variety of sporting venues. He has led project teams for minor league baseball, professional baseball and professional soccer since he started at Populous in 1989. He participates in a wide range of efforts, such as site selection studies, feasibility studies and full-service architectural design. Bruce managed the Populous design team for the award-winning Target Field, modern day Major League Baseball’s most compact site in downtown Minneapolis. He’s currently leading the design team behind the Minnesota United FC’s new Allianz Field.
Bruce is often cited as an expert source on stadium design for media including Sports Business Journal, Urban Land Magazine, National Public Radio, Design Intelligence, The Business of Sports and Athletic Business. He has been guest lecturer at NYU and has spoken to industry leaders at the Freitas Seminar during the Winter Baseball Meetings. He was named a Sports Business Journal 40 Under 40 winner in 2003.
Editor’s Note: Orlando City Stadium plays host to the Columbus Crew this weekend in its final MLS game of the 2017 regular season. Before the match begins, take a look back at how Populous designed the new stadium in real time. When I graduated college, architecture came to life on the drafting table. A steady hand and comfort […]