Goodwin-Bradley’s adventurous spirit blazes an innovative century

TEAM EFFORT: Goodwin-Bradley President Robert Goodwin discusses a project with José Rodriguez at the company’s Oxford Street plant in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
TEAM EFFORT: Goodwin-Bradley President Robert Goodwin discusses a project with José Rodriguez at the company’s Oxford Street plant in Providence. / COURTESY GOODWIN BRADLEY/ STEVE MASON
Goodwin-Bradley Pattern Co. | Overall Excellence | Fewer than 50 Employees From working with Henry Ford on the Model T to providing the key component for the nation’s aerospace projects, fourth-generation manufacturer Goodwin-Bradley Pattern Co. has spent the last 105 years staying on the cutting edge. “We’ve never selected the road more traveled,” said President…

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