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Bradley Hall is a Project Superintendent with American Constructors. Bradly has many years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a laborer, carpenter helper, carpenter, foreman, field engineer, equipment operator, assistant superintendent and superintendent. Bradley graduated from DeKalb County High School in 1995.
In his years with American Constructors, Bradley has had a part in over $250 million dollars of construction in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. Starting as a field laborer in the summer of 1994, Bradley quickly developed the skills needed to succeed in the industry. Over the years he has become efficient in job oversight, scheduling of manpower, material, equipment and tool delivery and building layout. Significant projects include the Schermerhorn Symphony Center ($120M), the Country Music hall of Fame ($37M), Summit High School ($33M), Shelbyville Central High School ($25M), and Belmont University’s new Concert Hall ($10M).
Brad’s emphasis as an assistant superintendent at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame was structural layout. Here Brad performed and supervised the structural layout of all walls, columns and beams as well as equipment and system layout coordination with other trades.
He has completed multiple projects on the campus of University of the South at Sewanee, where he is currently working on the University Commons and the Bookstore.
Brad and his wife Lacy have two children and reside in DeKalb County, Tennessee.