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.
Carlo is a licensed architect with over a decade of experience on a variety of complex projects, serving both public and private users. At Bradac Co, Carlo enjoys finding solutions to challenges while working with multiple stakeholders in a varied and fast-paced environment. A Bay Area native and graduate of the California College of Arts (B. Arch.), he enjoys exploring San Francisco’s art, architecture, and culture as well as spending time outdoors.
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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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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.