Brett Bradshaw joined ONE Environmental Group’s Tidewater office in March 2023, accepting the position that initially appealed to him because of its variety and growth potential. His days are a mix of sampling, SPCC inspections, field work and assisting Principal Jeff Duncan with projects.
“What really appeals to me are the vibe and culture at ONE,” Brett says. “Everybody is very passionate about what they do, and if you ever need help, everybody is very open about providing it.”
The decorated Poquoson High School football player, a captain his senior season, was the long snapper at Christopher Newport University for four years and a three-time All-Academic New Jersey Athletic Conference selection as a biology major. He’s passionate about what is among the most important but overlooked positions on the field.
“Anybody can do it but not everybody can do it well,” he says. “A bad snap can change the tide of the game. We’re called specialists and it’s something I took great pride in.”
Brett remains active at Poquoson High School, where he coaches JV football and assists the varsity staff. He’s also a longtime Los Angeles Rams fan, an affinity he developed when his dad insisted he choose a team and Brett came across a gold chrome Steven Jackson football card.
“I loved it, and they became my team,” he says.
While football occupies his fall, Brett also enjoys fishing and exploring craft breweries and cideries in the state. He’s an animal lover with two black Labradors named Jep and Millie, and two cats, Molly and Bubba.