Randy Bullock

architectural technician  

I was born in American Fork and raised in Lehi.  I took 2 years of drafting in high school.  After graduation, I spent some time in the Military in Communications and as a Parachute Rigger—traveling throughout the US and to Germany.  Riggers are required by the Army to jump with a parachute they have packed.  Thankfully, I paid attention during my training.

Upon returning to Utah, I obtained an Associates degree from ITT Technical Institute in Computer Science.  After a few temporary jobs, I was hired by another firm in 1996.  In 2006, I joined GSBS Architects—where I hope to work until I retire or meet my maker.

I am married with 4 adult offspring and two grandchildren.  I am a member of the Salt Lake Lions Club. 

Notable Projects:
• University of Utah, College of Nursing
• OWATC Health Technology Building
• LDS, Vancouver Temple
• Cabela’s Distribution Center


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