DiPrete Engineering would like to extend a congratulations to Len Bradley, PE on his promotion to Principal. Len joined DiPrete Engineering in 2000 after completing over a decade of engineering and design work throughout Southern New England.
Len is a technical and strategic adviser to DiPrete’s engineering team, working to stimulate their knowledge, growth and creativity to get the best possible results for their clients while also helping them grow professionally.
“Len knows all of the ins and outs of the engineering field,” said Dennis DiPrete, President of DiPrete Engineering. “Client and team members alike recognize him as a leader as well as an extraordinary engineer.”
As a Principal, Len will continue to lend his vast knowledge and expertise to a number of projects and will also be working with the firm’s project engineers and project managers to increase the value being added to their client’s projects. He will also be responsible for working closely with many of the firm’s clients, ensuring that their vision for a project becomes a reality.
Among many other projects, Len is currently working on the Citizens Bank Corporate Campus in Johnston, RI, the new campus for the New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, RI, a new medical building for University Orthopedics in East Providence RI, and Dowling Village in North Smithfield, RI.
“For nearly two decades I’ve had the pleasure of working beside Len and watching him grow with our firm and his clients,” added DiPrete. “I am honored to have him on my team as a Principal and look forward to the continued wisdom and value he will be adding to our clients’ projects.”
Len is actively involved with the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies and has worked as a mentor for the University of Rhode Island Senior Civil Engineering Capstone team for six years. He is also an active member in the community and volunteers as a Scout Leader for the Troop 1 Arnold Mills of the Narragansett Council Boy Scouts of America.
This year, he was awarded with The Providence Engineering Society’s Humanitarian Award for his lifelong commitments and contributions to the people of Rhode Island.
In his free time, Len enjoys spending time with his family outdoors, camping, hiking, paddle boarding, and kayaking.