Archive | March 2015

Where were you in 1985?

Since 1985, Bradshaw Construction has met the challenges of complex structural building, restoration and renovation as shown here during the reconstruction of the New Canaan Congregational Church bell tower and steeple. With the same skill and experience, we approach all our residential and commercial projects.
Combining hands-on supervision, superb craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail we strive to complete every project, no matter what size or scope, on time and on budget. It is important  to us that the client and the contractors share a positive experience from the planning stages to the completion of this often daunting process.

steeple removal

Removal of the old steeple and bell tower that had failed structurally.

lifting the base

placing the base

After prefabricating the new bell/clock tower on the ground it was hoisted into place.

lifting new steeple

The aluminum spire was then installed.

Steeple today.

The church as it looks today.

Built in shelves and cabinets

built-ins

Custom cabinets designed and built for a customer in Rowayton, CT

Home Addition—inside

Fireplace

Inside the Fairfield addition is the newly constructed fireplace and built-in shelving.