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Richard Rubin is a Founding Partner of Rubin & Rotman Associates and has been a lead designer for many of RRA’s most complex commercial, corporate, residential and aviation-related projects over the past two decades. Rick collaborates with clients and stakeholders to build a unique and unified outcome for their projects. His creative and pioneering spirit has propelled the firm to achieve LEED Gold certification for Quebec’s first privately-funded sustainable office building and he continues to prioritize green building practices for all the firm’s projects. He is actively involved in a variety of fund-raising activities and serves on the boards of several local organizations. Mr. Rubin graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) and a Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University.


Stephen Rotman is a Founding Partner of Rubin & Rotman Associates. In a span of three decades, Mr. Rotman has practiced architecture for firms in France, Britain, Canada and the United States. He has worked on a variety of complex institutional projects, including community centres, schools, museums and libraries, many of them having become municipal landmarks. Mr. Rotman works collaboratively with clients to achieve distinctive solutions to their particular needs, integrating issues of design, context and function to create exceptional architecture. He is actively involved in the community, having  served on the boards of several local organizations, and is currently President of Habitat for Humanity Montreal. Mr. Rotman graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from Washington University.

BRUNO MORIN    Architect, OAQ

Bruno Morin has been an architect for 20 years, including 16 with Rubin & Rotman Architects. He has worked on a wide variety of residential, institutional and commercial projects, as well as numerous projects for First Nations communities. The awards he has won for projects carried out in France and Canada and the success of the many corporate buildings he has designed in Montreal testify to his talent. The interior design of the Broccolini head office, which he oversaw, won the Best Office award in Canadian Interiors’ 18th Annual Best of Canada Design Competition. He recently designed the Maison des Régions project for the City of Montréal.

Bruno oversees the firm’s design activities. He has an outstanding ability to incorporate the latest technology into his projects. With his unique, innovative and inspiring designs, he exceeds client expectations and changes lives for the better.


Pascale Tétrault began her career as an architect 24 years ago and joined the team 15 years ago. She has substantial expertise in projects of major scope and complexity, including the design of institutional buildings, and she collaborates regularly on projects for First Nations. She is currently the project manager for the expansion of the Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle border crossing and the renovation of the Canadian Chancery in Ivory Coast.

Pascale is a key member of the firm’s management team. She has strong project management skills and combines outstanding intellectual discipline with an excellent knowledge of development processes for top-tier architectural projects. She is LEED accredited since 2004 and has extensive knowledge of sustainability strategies. 


Roberto Campos heads the firm’s Ottawa office. He has 21 years of experience, including 7 with Rubin & Rotman Architects. In particular, he works on the design of recreational facilities, schools and institutional and commercial buildings. Before joining the team, he completed multiple projects with renowned architect Douglas Cardinal, including the Cree Cultural Institute Aanischaaukamikw, winner of the 2012 Grand Prix de Design (in collaboration with Rubin & Rotman Architects).

In addition to his vast project management experience and design skills, Roberto stands out for his deep understanding of issues involving the firm’s brand image. His leadership skills and commitment to the firm’s growth have allowed for the continued development of the Ottawa office since its inception.  Roberto is currently a lead architect on the high-profile Zibi Development on the Ottawa River in Ottawa and Gatineau.

From left to right: Bruno Morin, Rick Rubin, Pascale Tétrault, Roberto Campos, Stephen Rotman