Frank Torre is Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, and the Vice Chairman of PuroClean. Frank Torre was the Founder and CEO of Torre & Bruglio, Inc., a company started by Frank with just one truck, and became one of the largest commercial landscape architecture and construction services firms in North America, with 1200 employees and 300 vehicles on the road countrywide. Together with its subsidiaries, Torre & Bruglio, Inc., Torre Golf Management, Inc., and Torre & Bruglio Athletic Division, Inc. amassed an impressive portfolio of national clients and historic properties which included some of the country’s most iconic landmarks, such as sports venues with the NFL and the MLB, constructing the Detroit Tigers Athletic field at Comerica Park.
Outside of his role as Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services and Vice-Chairman of PuroClean, Frank Torre serves on the Executive Board of the Dallas based Tenet Healthcare Systems. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) and Chairman of the RIM Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to promoting the rehabilitation of people with life altering disabilities and injuries through research, education, and community programs and activities. Under his tenure the Hospital has become one of the top rehabilitation institutes in the country, which has enabled it to identify and pursue programs which advance medical research and help develop cutting edge treatments that improve the health of those living with disabilities. Frank hosts the annual fundraising gala for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Foundation and has raised $11M to date. Frank is actively involved with several charities and educational programs which reflect his deep ties to community for underprivileged youth. He serves as the Chairman of Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit, a non-profit organization which helps with scholarship and education, where his fundraising initiatives have contributed over $8M to directly support the organization’s scholarship and educational programs.
Frank was appointed by the Governor of the State of Michigan to serve on the prestigious Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Board and was recently appointed to serve on the Executive Board of Directors of the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce. Frank Torre’s commitment to excellence, relentless customer service and dedication to professionalism have earned him an impressive array of Industry Awards and Honors, including being recognized by dBusiness as one of the 500 most powerful business leaders in Michigan (for 2018-2022). Frank was also the recipient of the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit’s Heritage Hall of Fame Award. Frank was awarded this recognition for his outstanding commitment to rebuilding and beautifying the city of Detroit and its surrounding metropolitan area.
For over two decades, Frank Torre has collaborated with his longtime friend and client, Roger Penske, owner of Penske Automotive Group and Team Penske Racing, on the Annual Detroit Grand Prix Races, a premier IndyCar Series race held on Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan, which raises funds for the Belle Isle Conservancy to support and sustain the 982-acre historic island park, one of the oldest and largest parks in the nation. A new era for the Detroit Grand Prix will begin in 2023 when the event returns to its original home on the streets of Downtown Detroit.
Frank Torre: Collaboration with Roger Penske on bringing the Detroit Grand Prix to Downtown Detroit
The Detroit Grand Prix, an annual motorsport extravaganza held on the streets of downtown Detroit, is a spectacle that brings together speed enthusiasts and racing aficionados from around the world. While the event itself showcases thrilling races and high-octane...
Outside of his professional and philanthropic endeavors, Frank Torre, in collaboration with Roger Penske, maintains a major role in the Annual Detroit Grand Prix Races, an IndyCar Series race held on Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan.