by William Skink
Since the Mayor’s Communication Director had her personal life become a headline news story, I got curious about what her partner, Bradley Layton, is up to in Missoula when he’s not drunkenly careening through yards nearly killing people.
The first business endeavor of Layton’s I took a look at is his Human Powered Future company. The front page of the website highlights these four areas of expertise: expert witness services, structural and mechanical engineering services, recycling/zero waste consulting, and renewable energy consulting. At the bottom of the page, under additional consulting services, “biomedical engineering” is listed. Interesting.
The goal of the Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium is to develop applications for blockchain technology and smart contracts for integrated engineering delivery serving construction, infrastructure, manufacturing and diverse technologies upon which society depends.
Ok, moving on.
Bradley Layton is a busy guy. He engineers, he consults, he blockchains and he also recycles with Integration Energy. According to Buzzfile, Integration Energy
…primarily operates in the Recycling, Waste Materials business / industry within the Electric, Gas and Sanitary Services sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 4 years. Integration Energy is estimated to generate $78,275 in annual revenues, and employs approximately 6 people at this single location.
I wonder if any of these business endeavors have ever received paid work from the city of Missoula? Might be worth looking into.
And you better believe I WILL continue looking into ALL the players in our little valley who, up until now, have flown under the radar, comfortable with the status quo and their insider connections.