From museums and destination hotels to medical facilities and corporate headquarters, G. Bradley “Brad” Karr’s 30 year career includes extensive experience in engineering studies and evaluations, mechanical and electrical engineering design, project administration and management, and construction management.
Brad performs drawing reviews and general management of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection disciplines for S.L. Leonard’s more complex projects.
Brad has been responsible for extensive work for governmental agencies like the State of California, U.S. Postal Services, Corps of Engineers and Veterans’ Administration, and for corporate headquarters for Exxon Corporation, Fluor Corporation, Northrop Corporation and USAA Insurance Company. Brad consulted for the Grand Ole Opry, the J. Paul Getty Center in Los Angeles, Walt Disney Concert Hall, multiple medical facilities, Disneyworld’s Contemporary and Polynesian Hotels, as well as high rise/life safety retrofits. He also served as managing principal at one of Southern California’s most prominent mechanical and electrical design firms.
Brad received his B.S. degree in engineering from Loyola University in Los Angeles and performed graduate studies in business management at California State University, Los Angeles.