Project Manager


B.S., Civil Engineering with Structural Focus, University of Wyoming (2013)


Professional Engineer (P.E.) Colorado, Wyoming

A Wyoming native, Brad grew up in a small blue-collar mountain cow town called Pinedale. The outdoors are where he feels at home. His childhood was filled with fishing, hunting, and enjoying everything the mountains could provide. Brad grew up in a close-knit family and at an early age learned the value of hard work and earning his keep. He had his hands in ranching, operating heavy equipment, and building custom residential homes during summer break which cultivated the eventual spark to pursue a higher education in engineering.

Brad attended the College of Engineering at the University of Wyoming and upon graduating with his Bachelors degree, accepted his first job which landed him in Colorado Springs, Colorado working for a small civil design firm working mostly on municipal utility design. Several years after, he chased a new opportunity to work for a structural firm in the Denver area that focused more-so on the types of projects Brad wanted to be involved in. It was there that he worked with local and out-of-state Architects with a primary focus on commercial multi-family and assisted living projects. His career growth eventually led to project management where he now works with all disciplines through the project design and construction phases to ensure that projects maintain high quality standards and meet project deadlines.

Brad joined Anthem Structural Engineers in early 2024, and brought with him a smiling face a driving passion for engineering and business development. He prides himself on the relationships he builds with clients, which he actively works hard to cater to and expand on. Brad has an upbeat personality, works great in a team environment, and is not afraid to tackle problems head on. He strives to bring creativity and a strong attention to detail to every project he is involved in.

Q & A

What is your favorite building material to work with?
While all materials have their advantages and challenges, I find wood/timber the most alluring. It is sustainable, versatile, available, and adds an irreplaceable element of warmth wherever it is incorporated.

When I’m not working, I’m……

Spending time with friends and family, trying a new local brewery or food spot, taking a hike to enjoy the sunshine, shredding big mountain powder on a snowmachine at 10,000 feet, fly-fishing a mountain stream for brown trout, strapping on a wakeboard and spending the day on the lake, riding a dirt bike at the local track, anything that gets my heart pumping, count me in!

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