Quincy, MA – Dellbrook Construction recently announced Jim Tracey has been named to the new post of executive vice president of the privately-held company.
Tracey will be responsible for leading the company as it continues to diversify into the healthcare, educational and life sciences markets. He has more than twenty-two years of experience in the construction industry, with specific expertise in building state-of-the- art healthcare facilities in New England. His successful oversight of some of the region’s most complex hospital construction projects has given him strong relationships with key healthcare executives, architects and subcontractors.
“We are very pleased to have Jim Tracey join Dellbrook,” said Michael Fish, president and CEO of Dellbrook. “Jim brings an exceptional depth of business, operational and technical experience in healthcare construction, one of our key target markets. He is a proven leader with an excellent performance record. Jim will help us identify opportunities to diversify and he will assist us in building our team so we can be competitive in these growing markets.”
“This is an exciting time for Dellbrook,” Tracey said. “The company continues to expand not only into new markets but also in size and complexity of projects. The company is fast-growing, innovative and dedicated to quality. I look forward to building on this great foundation and contributing to the success of Dellbrook.”
Before joining Dellbrook, Tracey was a project executive at the building consultancy KV Associates in Boston. At KVA, he represented several owners during the construction of the $46 million New England Baptist Outpatient Care Center in Westwood/Dedham, which operates in partnership with Shields Health Care Group.
Before that, he served as vice president of healthcare construction in the Northeast Region for Suffolk Construction in Boston. In that post, he oversaw projects for some of the region’s most prestigious healthcare institutions, including Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
While at Suffolk, Tracey developed a team that was experienced in the unique challenges of healthcare construction. Among the projects he oversaw were the $135 million Boston Medical Center Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center and the $20 million Brigham and Women’s/Massachusetts General Health Care Center at Patriot Place in Foxboro. In 2010, Tracey was named one of Boston’s Future Leaders by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.