Tracy grew up on his grandparents' farmin Hazelton, Idaho and graduated from Valley High School in 1984. He continued his education at the College of Southern Idaho in 1985 and joined the Army Reserve that December. In 1987 he transferred to the University of Idaho to pursue a degree in Architecture while continuing to serve in the military. In 1994 he graduated and he and his family moved from Moscow, Idaho to Boise Idaho where he began his career as an architectural project manager. In 1997 he transferred from the Army Reserve to the Idaho Army National Guard. In 2002 he and his family moved to Emmett, Idaho. Tracy has served in two conflicts and retired from the military in 2007. Although retired from military life, Tracy continues to work in the architectural field and enjoys his passion for project management.
The use of a project manager enhances a project enabling it to be a greater success. For example, a project manager allows the team, whether design or construction, the freedom to focus on their specific task. Architecturally there are approximately 1,500 products needing to be selected and 17,000 decisions needing to be made on a project. A project manager not only has the ability to make some of these decisions, but also sees to the coordination and organization of the project and takes care of the owner's needs. During construction there are thousands of tasks and decisions that need the attention of the construction team; a project manager will assist with this process and see to the coordination and organization of the project and take care of the owner's needs. Therefore, a conscientious project manager enables a project to be completed with a higher level of success.
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