Amy founded Bradac Co in 2011 as a full-service real estate construction management firm. As the CEO, she is responsible for the daily operations of the company, building new business relationships, and ensuring our team delivers high quality, high value service to all of our clients. Amy’s 20 years of experience as an architect and contractor give her the unique perspective of having viewed the industry from every angle, which makes her particularly adept at facilitating communication and moving projects forward on time and on budget.
Justin brings 10 years of experience as a practicing architect to his role as a construction project manager at Bradac Co. After graduating from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Architecture, Justin moved to San Francisco to start his career. He proceeded to work on a range of project types including hospitality, multi-family residential, and healthcare with a focus on the construction administration (CA) phase. Justin relishes the opportunity to solve complex design and construction problems in collaboration with the entire team of architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, and owners.
Maria’s career as an architect and project manager spans a 20 year period. After growing up in Chicago as the youngest of five children to Greek immigrants, she moved to Pittsburgh to study architecture at Pennsylvania State University. Upon graduation, she joined award winning firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ) where she worked for the next 17 years on a range of project types including hospitality, retail, cultural, and office. Her rigorous approach to design and construction and ability to make strong multi-disciplinary connections are assets in her role as a project manager at Bradac Co.
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Miles received both undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture from Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively. He worked as a real estate project manager for the US Treasury Department while in school, and moved to the Bay Area post-graduation in 2013 to join UC Berkeley as a space planner and facilities manager, forecasting and planning the spatial needs of the University. His owner-side experience with the federal government and public higher education is a valuable asset to public and private clients alike. Miles was employee #1 at Bradac Co and appreciates the opportunity to constantly learn while working on exciting, world-class projects.
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After growing up in a suburb of Seattle, Rashel moved to sunny California where she received a bachelor’s degree in urban studies with a focus on architecture and urban design from Stanford University. Upon graduating, she moved to San Francisco to pursue a career in design and construction. Rashel now has over 10 years of experience working in various roles within the AEC industry including urban planning, construction project management, and marketing. She brings a client-driven focus to executing projects efficiently and a strategic approach to building relationships to grow Bradac Co’s presence in the Bay Area.
Solomon brings 10 years of experience to his role as a construction project manager at Bradac Co. After graduating from University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, he moved to New York City where he started his career as a project manager and estimator for a general contractor/developer focused primarily on the residential and hospitality sectors. It was here that he honed all of the basics necessary to manage large, complex building projects. Solomon broadened his experience from there working in various markets including hospitality, retail, corporate interiors, residential, restaurants, and commercial construction. He relocated to San Francisco to join Bradac Co and hasn’t looked back since.
A native New Englander, Tiffany graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in civil engineering before moving to Boston to pursue a career in construction. As a project manager for a large, well respected east coast construction company, she traveled nationwide building retail and restaurant interiors as well as ground up new stores for clients such as Apple, Hermes, Puma and Tommy Bahama. Deciding to make a shift to stay in one place for a while, Tiffany pivoted to the public sector to work on the owner’s side of the table in the Town of Needham, a suburb of Boston. While there, she led a team in the ambitious and complex renovation and addition to the historic Town Hall. In 2012, Tiffany relocated to San Francisco with her family, and joined Bradac Co to leverage her skills at successfully leading teams through all phases of a project’s life cycle.