Bristol, RI – TRAC Builders Inc. founder and president, Bill Tracey, was named Distinguished Person of the Year by the Roger Williams University Construction Management Professional Advisory Board (CMPAB) at the sixth annual Construction Management Alumni and Senior Dinner on April 29.
Roger Williams University presents the award to veteran construction professionals who have helped strengthen the university’s construction management (CM) program. The dinner gathers students, alumni, faculty, staff, and industry leaders to celebrate the university’s renowned CM program as well as the bright future ahead for the program’s 35 graduates.
As founding chairman of the CMPAB Alumni Committee and CMPAB board member, Tracey has played a pivotal role in the development of the CM program at the university.
“RWU is grateful for Bill’s extraordinary service as a founding Chair of the CMPAB Alumni Committee and his longstanding service on the CMPAB Board. His involvement with the Alumni Committee strengthened connections within the CM alumni community as well as between CM students, alumni and the profession,” says CMPAB Co-Chair James Wrisley ’01. “Bill exemplifies the qualities of civic mindedness and consummate professionalism celebrated by the Distinguished Person of the Year Award.”
Tracey also established the annual Construction Management Alumni & Senior Dinner—an event that has grown into an annual tradition bringing together students and alumni to celebrate achievements and to welcome the newest colleagues of the construction management community.
With more than 25 years of construction management and development experience, he is also a recognized leader in the industry and has led a number of award-winning projects that span new construction, renovation, historic preservation and design-build contracting. Tracey and his company, TRAC Builders have garnered regional and national recognition for construction excellence.