Frank Torre is a Michigan entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist. Under the direction of Frank Torre, Torre & Bruglio took on many notable projects throughout Michigan, including Chrysler World Headquarters in Auburn Hills, the Detroit Tigers athletic field, and the Detroit Metropolitan International Airport. Frank Torre also founded a sister company called Torre Golf Management, which maintains the grounds of both private and public golf courses, in addition to handling food and drink operations and club house maintenance. Currently Mr. Torre also serves as CEO and chairman of Signal Restoration Services, a full-service contractor that has been in operation since 1972. The firm specializes in property loss mitigation with a background in restoration of properties devastated by natural disasters. The company was involved in New York City after Hurricane Sandy. Outside of managing Signal Restoration Services, Frank Torre maintains memberships with organizations including Building Owners & Managers Association and the American Landscape Contractors Association.
Frank Torre serves as CEO of Signal Restoration Services, a national contracting company that specializes in property loss restoration . Founded in 1972 and acquired by Frank Torre in 2012, the company has restored properties in Michigan and across the country, and is headquartered in Troy Michigan. Some of the company’s high-profile projects include three major hospitals in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Roosevelt Island in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.
Additionally, Frank Torre serves as Vice Chairman of PuroClean, a fire and water damage restoration company, as well as a mold and mildew removal company that also offers biohazard cleanup services to residential and commercial property owners in the United States and Canada.
Outside of his work with Signal Restoration Services, Mr. Torre established two other companies. In 1992, he founded Torre & Bruglio, Inc., and built it into one of the state’s largest horticultural and landscaping contractors. The company’s landmark projects include Penske Corporation and Chrysler World Headquarters. Additionally, the landscaping firm built the athletic field for the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park and conducts ongoing maintenance for the Detroit Zoo. Breaking into the golf course industry, Mr. Torre also launched a golf management firm in 2000.
Apart from his professional responsibilities, Frank Torre supports a number of community organizations. He serves as chairman of the Board of Directors of the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) and serves as an Executive Board Member on Tenet Corporation’s Board of Directors, Tenet Healthcare is the owner of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), and is based in Dallas Texas.
Further, Frank Torre, in collaboration with Roger Penske, owner of Team Penske and the Penske Automotive Group (PAG), maintains a major role in the annual Detroit Grand Prix races, a professional auto racing event which is held on Detroit’s Belle Isle that brings together public and private communities and international attendance.