Bruce Bradley


Bruce Bradley is a Senior Principal and POLY’s President. Bruce earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Auburn University in 1991 and joined the company after serving five years as a commissioned officer in the United States Navy (Civil Engineer Corps). He became a principal in 2005 and has served on POLY’s Board of Directors since 2007. His primary role is managing the operations of the Federal Services Group, including serving as principal in charge of all Federal projects. He has extensive experience in project management, engineering and environmental design, mitigation design, contract administration and design of large, horizontal engineering projects, particularly Military Training Ranges. One of his most successful projects to date was the $60M Battle Area Complex/Combined Arms Collective Training Facility at Fort Greely, Alaska. Bruce’s 20+ years of experience also includes site development and design, water and wastewater system design and modeling, stormwater runoff analysis, retention/detention system analysis and design, urban renewal, roadway improvements, and subdivision layout and design. Bruce is a registered professional engineer in the states of Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas and his professional affiliations include the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) and Society of American Military Engineers (SAME).