Since our founding in 2002, we have worked on more than 1,100 projects throughout the Bay Area. Below is a sampling of our recent projects.
The Building 12 renovation project at Pier 70 in San Francisco, completely revitalized a historic 120,000 s.f., two-story, steel-framed warehouse structure that was originally used for ship repair during World War II. To ensure the maximum lifespan of the building and protect against future flood risks, the entire structure was first lifted 10 feet, allowing for the addition of a new basement and retaining walls. The renovation also included seismic retrofits to bring the building up to code.
As part of the preparation for the Building 12 renovation, the adjacent historical Building 15 underwent major modifications, including stripping its roofing and siding, and was transported 150 feet south for temporary storage. After the roads and site work around Building 12 were completed, Building 15 returned to its original location was set on new concrete piles.
Building 12 now features a state-of-the-art market hall on the ground floor, with maker spaces on the second floor and expansive, modern office space on the third floor.
Bradley played a crucial role in the construction of a new restroom building in Oyster Point by providing expert services for the installation of freestanding, highly architectural, radius, battered walls. These walls, standing at an impressive 10 feet tall, not only provided essential support and stability to the structure, but also contributed significantly to the building's aesthetic appeal and durability.
To ensure optimal efficiency and longevity of the building, we used state-of-the-art layout techniques and high-quality form materials in the construction of the walls. The team also incorporated a two-foot thick structural mat slab into the foundation system to further enhance the building's structural integrity.
Despite the project's complexities, Bradley's team remained dedicated to delivering exceptional workmanship and quality throughout every stage of the construction process. We are proud of our contribution to this project, which will provide essential services and support to those in need of mental health care."
Bradley Concrete provided structural upgrades of the high-rise tower and adjacent bank building at 400 California Street in San Francisco. Despite this project being highly complex and requiring work in an extremely confined space, the team successfully installed the foundation for a state-of-the-art structural steel dampening system that enabled the safe separation of the two buildings, which were leaning on each other.
In addition, the team also installed topping slabs, cast in place walls, shotcrete, and structural beams, and columns. Bradley collaborated closely with the general contractor to develop intricate Life Safety and Emergency evacuation plans to ensure the safety of all involved.
Scott is responsible for cost estimating, cost management, cost studies on materials and methods of construction, and value engineering. Scott has more than 20 years of experience in concrete construction estimating and project management.
Lon is responsible for coordinating manpower, including superintendents, foremen, apprentices, laborers and equipment operators. He oversees all field operations, ensuring that projects are executed safely and completed within schedule and budget requirements. Lon has more than 30 years of experience in commercial concrete construction.
Andrew provides executive oversight during preconstruction, making sure that Bradley is adding value at every step in the process. He ensures that Bradley’s on-site management team has all the resources to successfully deliver projects.
Neil provides executive leadership and oversight of projects from preconstruction through completion. His primary responsibility is to ensure that each project team has adequate resources and is working with a successful plan to ensure client satisfaction. Neil has more than 15 years of experience in the construction industry.