CITY APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING
City Manager Lance Jones appointed Matthew Bradshaw as the new Director of Engineering for the City of Dublin. Bradshaw succeeds Wayne McCary who retired in December 2018 after 24 years of service with the City.
Matthew Bradshaw, a Dublin native, is a 2009 graduate of Georgia Southern University where he received a BS in Civil Engineering Technology and successfully obtained his Engineer In Training state license. Upon graduation he began working for the City of Dublin as an Engineering Aide, overseeing the operation of the City’s traffic signals and performing engineering construction inspection on various city infrastructure projects
In April 2017, Bradshaw became a state licensed Professional Engineer and was subsequently named Engineering Project Manager. Throughout his tenure, Bradshaw has been instrumental in the completion of many of the City’s major infrastructure projects.
“Working for the City of Dublin has been a true honor over the last nine years,” added Bradshaw. “I am looking forward to building on my experience here and doing my part to make sure the City of Dublin is a great place to live, work, and raise a family.”
As the Director of Engineering, Bradshaw will oversee the operation of the Engineering Department of the City of Dublin including long range planning and infrastructure improvements of the City’s transportation, water, sewer, and natural gas systems.
Bradshaw is a member of the Dublin Exchange Club, current board member of Keep Dublin-Laurens Beautiful, graduate of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development, and past board member and graduate of Dublin-Laurens Leadership. He and his wife Tara are Dublin residents and have two children, Maggie Claire and Lane.