Bill Bradford, P.E.

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Bill Bradford is a senior vice president and serves as Hanson's energy, sustainability and resiliency principal. He joined Hanson as a mechanical engineer in 1986 and has provided the mechanical systems design for a wide range of projects — including hospitals, laboratories, federal and state prisons, jails and courthouses — as well as numerous projects for private industry. He has served as government and energy market principal, as well as principal-in-charge for a variety of continuing services contracts for federal and state government agencies. As a client liaison, he works to provide ongoing communication, monitor and maintain client satisfaction and conduct ongoing project reviews.

He has served as principal or principal-in-charge for various programs and contracts, including the Worldwide Commissioning Contract for the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations; the commissioning of more than 70 K-12 schools for Orange County Public Schools (9th largest school district in the United States) as a result of its construction program; commissioning of a $1.5 billion expansion of the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Hollywood, Florida; a data center for the HiPerGator supercomputer at the University of Florida’s East Campus in Gainesville and the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto; development of energy roadmaps (strategic plans) for Orlando International Airport and multiple Florida Hospital campuses; and design contracts for many private, state and local government entities throughout Florida.

In addition to his work responsibilities, Bill is active in professional organizations and in the community. He is a participating member of the International Committee and the Energy and Environment Committee for the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). In Florida, he is the energy director and chair of the Energy Committee for ACEC-Florida. He has served on the board of trustees for Palm Beach Atlantic University since 1989 and as chair of the Florida Hospital Altamonte Foundation Board in Central Florida. He previously served as the Chair of the Intracoastal Hospitals Associate Board in South Florida.

Professional Engineer:

University of Tennessee: Bachelor’s degree, mechanical engineering
Palm Beach Atlantic University: Master’s degree, business administration