In March of 2011 Tracy was picked up as Quality Control Manager by Hamilton Builders for projects at the Mountain Home Air Force Base in Mountain Home, Idaho. Hamilton is the prime contractor for two projects, the remodel/addition for the explosive ordinance detachment (EOD) and a new logistics readiness complex (LRC).
In November of 2009 Tracy was contacted by Starr Corporation to fill a position as "Quality Control Manager" for projects at the Mountain Home Air Force Base in Mountain Home, Idaho. Starr Corporation is the prime contractor for two projects, the work is being conducted simultaneous. One project is the remodel of the Base Dining Facility and the other is the conversion of a Dorm to Visitors Quarters.
The contract was complete in March of 2011.
In June of 2000 Tracy accepted a position with the Boise office of CTA Architects Engineers. He was hired as a project manager in the retail group, again, primarily working on Albertson's projects. In 2002, Tracy moved from retail to commercial and various other types of projects. He became the go-to person for fast paced projects and projects that did not necessarily fall into an established market sector. Tracy worked on a wide range of projects as shown in the portfolio section. Tracy took a 20 month sabbatical between 2004-2005 as he was called to active military duty in support of OIF III. Upon his return from military duty, Tracy was asked to return to work early to take over a project that was in need of his unique skill set. In 2007, Tracy started to focus on building envelopes and roofs.
Tracy was laid off in 2009 due to lack of work and the down turned economy.
In June of 1995 Tracy got his second job with Petersen Staggs Architects (PSA) where he worked until May of 2000. For the most part, Tracy worked on retail projects since Albertson's was the primary client. Tracy started as production and quickly moved to Job Captain, then to Project Manager overseeing several new stores and remodels. PSA is an architectural partnership which required coordination with engineers and consultants outside the firm.
After graduating and moving to Boise in 1994, Tracy got he first job with Design West Architects off Cole Road in Boise. Later that year the office moved downtown to the Hoff Building. Tracy was hired, as most new graduates are, primarily to do production work on projects. Some of the projects Tracy was involved with while at Design West were:
• Hoff Building, Tenant Improvements; Boise, ID • New Plymouth Middle School; New Plymouth, ID • Farmway Village; Caldwell, ID • Washington State University, ADA upgrades, Pullman, WA
Tracy was laid off in 1995 due to lack of work.
Toward the end of his time at the University of Idaho, Tracy worked with a group of students directed by Brian Cleveland at the Art and Architecture CADD lab to document all the buildings on campus and put them into Auto Cad. He spent two years measuring and documenting campus buildings and creating electronic drawings for the buildings.He assisted other members of the team creating a computer model of the campus.
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