Charles Bradshaw, PMP


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Mr. Bradshaw is a certified project management professional with experience in government and public relations. He supports the company’s encroachment management efforts by providing customized legislative and regulatory support, facilitating public partnerships, and developing encroachment control databases. Specific projects have included assisting Marine Corps Installations West in designing and implementing a legislative and regulatory strategy; supporting the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center/Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command’s training capability modernization; managing the development of an encroachment control database at Marine Corps Base at Twentynine Palms, CA; assisting the Navy’s Northwest Regional Command with its Northwest Training Range Complex Encroachment Action Plan; serving as a facilitator for Air Force Community Partnership programs at Nellis, Davis-Monthan, Beale, and Goodfellow Air Force bases; and authoring key sections of Installation Complex Encroachment Management Action Plans at Nellis, Davis-Monthan, Vandenberg Air Force Bases. He also assisted the Peralta Community College District with its decennial Board of Trustees redistricting process.

Prior to working with Marstel-Day, Mr. Bradshaw worked with the Parsons Corporation in San Diego, designing and administering outreach, prequalification, and labor programs for the San Diego Community College Capital Improvement Program. He also worked on the Port of Oakland’s Maritime and Aviation Project Labor Agreement, which provided labor-management stability and employment opportunities for local residents. Mr. Bradshaw served as a staff assistant to Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA), working for the congresswoman on numerous special projects.

Mr. Bradshaw earned a BA in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and a certificate in project management from the University of California San Diego Extension. He is certified by the Project Management Institute.