Our management team puts their combined 75 years of construction expertise, development experience, and project management skills into all projects. Our insight and dedication to safety keeps projects continuously moving forward.
Founder & CEO
As the founder and CEO of New Adventure Development & Construction, Brad Gohr brings extensive development and construction experience to this new venture. He continues to serve as the Chief Operating Officer of his family’s business, Outdoor Adventures, Inc. In this role since the late 2010’s, he first started with management of the Development of the company’s Mt. Pleasant Resort, and today, manages its Operations and Marketing. Prior to that position, in the late 2000’s he engineered and constructed over $20 million in farm projects.
Early in his career, Brad’s development experience started with projects that took a customer’s vision from bare land to the completion of construction. Later, he managed a project involving buying office space and through extensive renovations and marketing efforts, turned it into a full capacity downtown working environment for small business owners. “My passion for development and construction traces back to my high school days when I was given a job in the shop of a well-known local construction business. My love of this business grew with each stage of my career,” he says.
Outside of the office, Brad spends as much time as possible with his wife, three children and friends. In his down time, Brad enjoys boating, golfing and otherwise being outdoors.
Founder & COO
Bill also currently manages the construction and maintenance of Outdoor Adventures. After helping to oversee the development of the Mt. Pleasant Resort, he managed several other projects including 27 new cabins, a new indoor pool facility, a new bathhouse, dog parks, pavilions, R.C. tracks, and a well house, amongst others.
“My priorities are safety of employees, treating everyone with respect, completing a job on budget, and making sure my customers are satisfied,” he says. Bill’s career started off in construction, under the advisement of his father who was a Union Iron Worker. He started in 1994 as a Journeymen Iron Worker, in charge of erecting small buildings. By the year 2000, he was the general foreman overseeing multi-million dollar projects for large corporations like General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, and Hemlock Semiconductor, in addition to many other smaller companies.
In his free time, Bill enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter as well as hunting and fishing.