Since our founding in 2012, we have worked on more than 1,100 projects throughout the Bay Area. Below is a sampling of our recent projects.

UC Berkeley Northern Regional Library Facility

An expansion to the existing library building, this 40-foot high steel structure features corrugated metal siding and houses 32 rows of 32-foot tall archival shelving. Designed for high-density storage, the shelving and aisles are supported by a superflat concrete slab, providing optimal retrieval of materials using order-fulfillment truck lifts.
Richmond, CA

Stratford School

The Stratford School is an impressive addition to the community, featuring a spacious 55,000 s.f., two-story academic building designed for students from transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade. This facility boasts a range of amenities, including modern classrooms, fully equipped science labs, music rooms, and a multi-purpose room. The building also features a staff lounge, food prep area, offices, and conference rooms to support the school's operations. The concrete tilt-up project also includes full site development on a greenfield site, providing ample playground space, a convenient parking lot, and safe drop-off zones for students.
Fremont, CA

Pier 70

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.

San Francisco, CA

Oyster Point

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.

South San Francisco, CA

Graduate Hotel

Bradley provided services for restoration of this building, which saw the return of its original hotel use. Our team converted 75 vacant apartments, located on floors two through six, into 100 beautiful hotel guestrooms for the Graduate Hotel. The restoration of this building preserved its rich history while bringing new life to the space. Our team was committed to ensuring that the hotel was not only beautiful but also functional, providing guests with all the modern amenities they expect from a premium hotel experience.
Palo Alto, CA


Bradley provided concrete services for the project's sitework, demonstrating our commitment to delivering high-quality workmanship. The project scope included the installation of well-constructed sidewalks, gutters, and curbs, all carefully crafted within the parking lot. Bradley Concrete's attention to detail and dedication to quality is evident in every aspect of the project, ensuring that the finished product is safe, durable, and visually appealing.
Sunnyvale, CA


The office building is a remarkable structure, built entirely of mass timber. It comprises six floors, with an additional one-story events beacon structure attached. As part of the project, Bradley's team is handling several crucial tasks, including excavation and installation of foundations, elevator pits, and the slab on grade. The team is also constructing cast-in-place walls for the events beacon structure, topping slabs over the CLT deck, mechanical pads, and pan stair infill. Bradley's work is critical to the success of the project, and the team's expertise and dedication will undoubtedly play a vital role in its completion.
Sunnyvale, CA

Genesis Parking Structure

Bradley partnered with the general contractor to successfully convert 200,000 s.f. of offices on six floors into biology labs, while minimizing disruption to building occupants. Our team's expertise and collaborative approach enabled us to deliver this complex project on time and within budget. In addition to the lab conversion, we also constructed a seven-story, 1007-stall, cast-in-place concrete parking garage, providing much-needed parking space for the building's occupants.
South San Francisco, CA

County of San Mateo Navigation Center

The Navigation Center in San Mateo County is a groundbreaking project that offers modular temporary living spaces and support services to clients in need of assistance finding permanent housing. The facility includes a dining hall and community center, and Bradley Concrete performed all the structural and site concrete work required. This included the installation of 27,000 s.f. of mat slabs at the modular units, 13,000 s.f. of structural slab-on-grade, elevator pits, stair footings, and pan stair infills. Bradley Concrete also undertook the installation of 31,000 s.f. of pedestrian paving, equipment pads, site enclosure, bioretentions, seat wall benches, and curbs.
Redwood City, CA


Bradley provided concrete services for this important mental health facility, which comprises five buildings, including a structural podium. Our team installed a one-level structural podium deck, complete with various foundations and structural matt slabs at each of the five buildings. One of the most challenging aspects of the project was constructing a large radius wall water tank on the side of a steep hill, which required our team's expertise and experience to execute with precision.

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."

Redwood City, CA

CCSF John Adams Fire Academy

Bradley constructed a three-story training tower and apparatus shed using tilt-up construction techniques for the John Adams Fire Academy. The design features a red cement exterior that blends seamlessly with the historical architecture of the surrounding buildings. To maintain the integrity of the area's aesthetic, brick-shaped liners were used during the casting process. The resulting structure is a beautiful addition to the City College of San Francsico and a testament to Bradley's expertise in modern construction techniques.
San Francisco, CA

Bakar Bio

Bradley took on a complex structural retrofit project at UC Berkeley that involved a wide range of scopes. The required work addressed potential weaknesses in the building's structure and brought it up to current safety standards. These included shoring, extensive excavation and benching, foundation systems, pile caps, shotcrete walls, collector beams, pilasters, topping slabs, sloped slabs, foam fill, as well as demolition, coring, grouting, and patching work.
Berkeley, CA

400 California

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.

San Francisco, CA

New Sanctuary at River of Live

The new sanctuary at The River of Life Christian Church is a concrete tilt-up structure. The project scope includes 28,600 s.f. of slab on grade and pan deck roof, stadium seating, stage slab wall, noise isolating insulation on the roof, and site-work. There are 11 concrete tilt-up panels ranging from 107,000 to 210,000 pounds each, totaling 2,130,000 pounds of panels that were lifted.
Santa Clara, CA

Crissy Field

The Crissy Field project included architectural site work. The biggest challenges were digging and forming walls, seats, and footings in beach sand. This project is a focal point at Crissy Field as it over looks the Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco, CA

Elephant Fountain at Corte Madera

The Elephant Fountain project at Corte Madera mall was an architectural site work job which used white cement. There was a lot of collaboration between the designers and Bradley to complete the design. Sequencing the project was a challenge because it was an active outdoor mall that remained operational throughout the entire project.
Corte Madera, CA

Western Digital

The Western Digital project included complex site-work. The scope consisted of a steel structure canopy, seat walls, planters, and sidewalks. The seat walls, sidewalks, and planters had a sandblast finish and a challenging layout. All construction occurred while the facility was fully operational and occupied.
Fremont, CA

Signature Flights

The project consists of seven hangar slabs and a terminal building totaling approximately 300,000 s.f. The slabs were spec’d out as Flat FF50, with fiber mesh reinforcement and hard trowel finish. Due to critical dates regarding the Super Bowl, Bradley was able to turn over the slabs to the GC in an adequate timeframe to finish before the teams arrived. everyone was pleased with the aesthetics and flatness of the slabs.
San Jose, CA

3303 Scott Blvd.

The project includes the construction of 14’ tall architectural concrete walls and architectural parapet walls on the second story. Bradley’s history of constructing high quality architectural walls helped win us this project.
Santa Clara, CA

Delta America

This LEED Platinum-targeted headquarters complex project for Delta America includes the construction of a new 45,000 s.f. tilt-up warehouse and a three-story 127,000 s.f. office building. We were able to team up with Vance Brown Builders to implement preconstruction. Our strategy included splitting up the scopes amongst ourselves and working collaboratively to construct the complex structure, involving multiple elements such as tilt up and red iron. Our partnership with Vance Brown encompassed preconstruction efforts to get within budget. Our scope split-up proved successful and we were able to work seamlessly with the GC to turn over a memorable project.
Fremont, CA

SF Market Corp

80,000 s.f. tilt-up core and shell office building for future tenant build-out. There were initial challenges meeting client and GC expectations for finish and aesthetics, while staying with the tight budget we were presented with. Bradley was able to exceed the owner's standards and expectations for the finish of the tilt-up panels without performing extensive patch work while staying within their tight budget.
San Francisco, CA

ACT Theater

Renovation of an existing four-story historic landmark theater into a multi-level structure with suspended decks and balconies. The project presented challenges right out of the gate, with unforeseen conditions in the foundations, and working around the shoring of the existing historic structure. The project was an outstanding success, resulting in an ACI Architectural Award for the GC, and a great partnership between Bradley and Plant.
San Francisco, CA

Mercedes Benz Dealership

72,679 s.f. two-story tilt-up parking garage and showroom. The project had elements of tilt-up, CMU, cast-in-place, steel and wood frame construction. The project also had two structural engineers for Bradley to coordinate with throughout the project. To achieve a seamless construction effort between Bradley and the other subcontractors, we produced shop drawings weekly to ensure coordination of all the embeds and ledgers. The project is in a highly visible location right off the 580 Freeway and the compliments keep coming in on the quality of the concrete work.
Pleasanton, CA

Scott Bradley Director of Preconstruction

Scott is a seasoned cost management and industry expert, and leader of the preconstruction team. He is responsible for the department, project procurement, and business development efforts including contract negotiations and client satisfaction.

Lon Bradley Vice President Field Operations

Lon has 40 years of expertise in coordinating and managing successful teams of various sizes and complexities. He oversees client relationships and all field operations, so projects are executed safely, efficiently, and within schedule and budget requirements.

Andrew Momb Vice President of Project Operations

Dedicated to team development and client relationships, Andrew leverages his exceptional leadership skills and visionary thinking for strategic direction and success. He ensures that all aspects of projects are executed with efficiency and exceptional quality.

Neil Netzer President

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.