Brad Cooper is a Managing Director of Development for Crow Holdings Industrial. He has been affiliated with the firm since 2016. Brad is responsible for site selection, predevelopment, construction, leasing, and sale of industrial development projects in North Texas.
Brad began his career at the Beck Group, a Dallas-based design-build firm, as a Project Engineer where he assisted in the project management and construction of AT&T corporate real estate. He also served as a Preconstruction Engineer where he developed and analyzed trends in pricing for new construction projects. Prior to joining Crow Holdings Industrial in 2016, Brad was an analyst with Independent Bank where he was responsible for underwriting new and existing energy deals for the bank’s energy portfolio.
Brad holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science and a Master of Urban Planning from the Texas A&M University College of Architecture.
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