Our involvement in Colorado began as early as the 1930s when O.G. Bradbury built repeater stations for AT&T’s long distance network in several remote locations throughout the state. Bradbury would move to a site with his crew, build a camp and they would construct the buildings for these stations – work like this was how the company survived the Great Depression. Later the company did projects such as renovation work at the Fort Bent Historical Site.
After the completion of such significant projects as the Kendall Mountain Condominiums in Purgatory and Lynmar Apartments in Colorado Springs, we formed a wholly owned subsidiary company called Bradbury Stamm Construction of Colorado, Inc. to pursue public projects in addition to following our private clients. This led to projects such as the Trinidad Waste Water Treatment Plant in Trinidad, and the Whitlock Water Treatment Plant in Pueblo. With our office in Longmont, CO we constructed projects such as bridges for the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and miscellaneous projects for municipalities throughout the State of Colorado.
The company now operates under the name Bradbury Stamm Contractors, Inc. We maintain an office in Denver, CO and work throughout the State.