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image Jonathan Bradley, Preconstruction Manager, SpawGlass

SAN ANTONIO - Though Jonathan Bradley has been working for SpawGlass for nearly a decade, he is new to the San Antonio Division. He recently transferred from the general contractor’s Houston Division to take on the role of preconstruction manager.

 

 

 

 

    As part of his new position, Bradley will help develop and maintain relationships within the industry, including those with owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors. Noting that he is really passionate about building relationships and trust, he describes the responsibilities of his new role as a hybrid of business development, estimating, and marketing.
    After growing up in Orange, TX and graduating from West Orange Stark High School, Bradley attended Texas A&M University in College Sta-tion where he studied agricultural development.
    When he met an Aggie who had a construction opportunity available, Bradley initially set out on the path to become a superintendent. As he was working his way up the ranks of the superintendent ladder, he came to a point where he transitioned into a project management role.
    When Bradley was offered the opportunity to move to the San Antonio office as preconstruction manager, he was working on a 27-month-long project, an 8-story, 318,000-sf senior living facility in Houston called the Village of River Oaks. The contractual completion date was Mar. 30, and Bradley fulfilled all of his obligations on that project before relocating.
    With a wife and three children to consider, Bradley notes that Jason Smith, president of the San Antonio Division, really worked with him to allow his oldest to finish the school year in Houston. His 7-year-old daughter, Savannah, com-pleted first grade on Jun. 1. Bradley and his family moved the week of Jun. 5, and his first day in the San Antonio office was Jun. 12.
    Bradley and his wife, Angela, also have a 5-year-old daughter, Madison, and a 2-year-old son, Mack. Both of his daughters have been very involved in dance activities and love swimming. Bradley enjoys running, sports, hunting, and fishing.
    The Bradley family was very involved in their church back in Houston and intend to get involved at their new church here, too. When one of the buildings at his old church caught fire and needed to be rebuilt, Bradley served on the building committee.
    Originally from Oklahoma, Angela worked in the oil and gas industry for a while and is currently business development manager for Sherwin-Williams. He and Angela have been married since 2008. –mh


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