Established by our founders O.G. Bradbury and Robert Stamm and reinforced through each generation of leadership, our firm and our associates believe in supporting the communities where we work. From philanthropic efforts to civic and community involvement, the Bradbury Stamm Team can be seen throughout the communities we serve. This dedication to supporting local communities is furthered by our continued efforts to buy and hire local whenever possible.
Our teams also work to be "Good Neighbors" in the communities we serve and to minimize our impact on the environment. To that end, our projects and office incorporate recycling and reuse of material where available in an effort to reduce waste generation during construction.
DONATED IN THE LAST 4 YEARS
2021 BSC GRANT GIVEAWAY
Bradbury Stamm has a longstanding commitment to the community and corporate responsibility. On May 26th, for the fourth year in a row, Bradbury Stamm awarded $150,000 in high-impact, strategic grants to support to 13 results-based educational programs for New Mexico’s most vulnerable populations. Bradbury Stamm’s Giving Committee, comprised of our team members, with the assistance of the Albuquerque Community Foundation selected this year’s recipients. “It’s important for our employees to have the opportunity to voice their interests in the community and for us to respond philanthropically as a company,” said Cynthia Schultz, CEO of Bradbury Stamm Construction.
2021 NM HEART WALK
The Bradbury Stamm Team braved 100-degree heat to participate in the 2021 New Mexico Heart Walk. We did it Bradbury style - so we walked the 1.2 miles to Steel Bender from our office and most of us walked it backed. Bradbury Stamm donated $5,000 to support the cause.
ROADRUNNER FOOD BANK LOBBY RENOVATION
As part of the team that delivered it for no cost for the food bank, we were excited to celebrate the opening of the Roadrunner Food Bank's Newly Renovated Lobby. Our direct costs were $80,000 and we worked with fantastic subcontractors that also either donated their time, expertise, materials or all the above to transform their lobby which would have easily exceeded $225,000 without their support. The lobby was designed pro bono by D/P/S. We're proud to have been a part of this important community project.
POOR CLARE MONASTERY OF SAUK RAPIDS
Dear Bradbury Stamm Construction,
On behalf of Troop 21 - Troops of St. George, thank you for allowing Jay Vogel the use of your truck and trailer. Due to your very kind support, the troop was able to transport one very large load of leaves to the Sauk Rapids Compost site. If it were not for your help, this would have taken many additional hours of transport time & labor. Your assistance is greatly appreciated by our Troop & by the Poor Clare Sisters of Sauk Rapids. May our Lord Jesus Christ bless you abundantly!
Dan Metoyer, Captain