Even as a child growing up in Snellville, GA, Bradley Hall had an interest in home building that led him to explore all areas of this challenging industry. He first began gaining experience while attending Brookwood High School by working on construction sites during the summers and weekends while also juggling academics and his commitment to being a starting running back on his state championship winning football team.
Bradley’s talent on the football field led him to receive a scholarship to The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina where he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2002. Upon completing his education, he immediately began his professional career as a project manager for Elegant Properties in Atlanta, GA.
While holding this position, Bradley gained invaluable experience in constructing homes from the ground up ranging in price from the $130’s to $5M. Bradley honed his skills in design and custom craftsmanship while also overseeing all aspects of home building projects. Bradley also became a state licensed real estate salesman with Equivest Properties and a state licensed residential contractor during this time.
From 2002 to 2008, Bradley worked on building projects in various neighborhoods in the metro Atlanta area including Hamilton Mill, Wild Timber, St. Ives, Governors Towne Club, and Brookmont.
In the winter of 2008, Bradley used his many years of experience to begin his own thriving company, Hall Construction & Real Estate Services L.L.C, which offers complete design/build, whole house remodeling, kitchen remodeling, bath remodeling additions and custom homes for its many satisfied clients. Bradley also took this opportunity to focus on investment properties that he manages and maintains.
Bradley is involved in NARI (The National Association of the Remodeling Industry). He believes that the core values of NARI correspond with Hall Constructions. Bradley recently completed a 12 week course and passed a 4 hour exam to become a NARI Certified Remodeler, which is a certification that is held by only the most committed industry professionals. He is also involved in the local NARI board serving as leader of monthly round table discussions and looks to continue his education and involvement.
In his spare time, Bradley enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda, their son, and their two dogs. He is also an active member at The Church of the Apostles and The Citadel Alumni Association. In addition, Bradley serves his community as a graduate of the Next Generation Mentoring program Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America and as a volunteer at The Atlanta Dog Squad.