J. Bruce Camino, NCARB, AIA, is the Principal Architect at Development One, Inc. He received Bachelor of Arts and Master of Architecture degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle, and completed graduate coursework at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Mr. Camino has been featured in multiple articles regarding his design work, business practices, and missions in aviation.
Since founding Development One, Inc., in 1987, Mr. Camino’s practice has centered on the design of mission-critical facilities with an emphasis on aerospace and aviation. Notable clients have included NASA, JPL, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, LAX, Qantas Airways, and multiple airport facilities.
In addition to being licensed as an architect and general contractor, Mr. Camino is an instrument-rated pilot, which allows him and his design team to provide design services at remote project sites promptly and cost-effectively. He is commonly known in the industry as “The Flying Architect”.
His passion for aviation has led him to numerous missions with charitable organizations such as The Flying Doctors of Mercy, and the Flying Samaritans. Mr. Camino serves as a board member and Director of Communications for the Aero Club of Southern California.