Master of Science, Civil Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
B.S., Civil Engineering/Materials Science, University of Connecticut
Guest Lecturer, University of Connecticut, Engineering School
Areas of Expertise
Qualified Mobile Crane Operator
Facilities Operations & Management
Wind/Water Damage Assessments
Solid Waste Management
New York State Labor Law Incident
Construction Surety Claims
Performance & Delay Claims
Construction Claims & Disputes
Mold & Water Intrusions
Michael Tracey, P.E. is one of CED’s Structural/Civil Engineers. Mr. Tracey holds a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering and Materials Science from the University of Connecticut and a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering concentrating in Structural Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology. Along with his formal education, Mr. Tracey also has been a guest lecturer at the University of Connecticut – School of Engineering.
Prior to joining CED Investigative Technology, Inc’s Civil Engineering group, Mr. Tracey has worked in several different capacities with varying tasks and areas of expertise. In 1981, Mr. Tracey joined Cynga Energy Services in the capacity as a Structural Engineer. While at Cygna, Mr. Tracey was responsible for power plant structural modifications, seismic analysis and resolving construction issues. In 1986, Mr. Tracey joined Sikorsky Aircraft, a subsidiary of United Technologies, in the role of Senior Engineer. Mr. Tracey’s duties included design work on Airframe Structures, performing fatigue and accident analysis on structures while maintaining a top secret clearance with the United States Government.
After leaving United Technologies in 1990, Mr. Tracey joined Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority (CRRA), a quasi-public agency responsible for managing the solid waste and recycling needs for the State of Connecticut and recovering waste and turning it into energy. Mr. Tracey’s role as the Director of Operations was to plan, develop and manage all of the large engineering and construction projects of the agency including construction of regional recycling centers and landfills, power plant improvements and environmental remediation projects. Mr. Tracey’s expertise and management capacity was instrumental in the growth of the agency. His ability to handle complex issues from program management, facilities operations, dispute resolution, OSHA issues and engineering design reviews made him an excellent fit in his duties at CRRA.
Mr. Tracey has also held the role of Senior Consultant with Dvirka & Bartilucci where he helped provide condition assessment and financial planning for major projects until joining CED. Mr. Tracey’s experience and formal education make him one of CED’s most valued engineers.
Societies & Honors
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Member, Connecticut Building Officials Association
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