With more than 37 years of industry experience, Barlow is a program director and management professional with a specific focus on developing and managing large programs in multiple vertical markets, including transit/aviation/rail, health care, municipal capital, K-12, higher education, and municipal water/wastewater/sewer.
In his new role, Barlow will oversee 360 CS operations in Atlanta as well as St. Louis and Dallas-Fort Worth. Working with internal and external stakeholders, Barlow will help to fulfill KAI’s vison, policies, and overall goals.
“Tracy specializes in developing corporate protocols and implementing strategies to produce successful construction programs. He also possesses a rare quality that enables him to work as a hands-on manager, effective in both program and project management functions, as well as mentoring to individuals and teams to mitigate complex issues,” said KAI 360 CS President Bruce Wood, PE. “We are excited to add Tracy to our 360 CS team.”
Career projects have included two new wastewater treatment plants in Nassau, Bahamas; municipal water/wastewater programs for the City of Atlanta, District of Columbia, and City of Pittsburg; and work with the Dallas Rapid Transit Authority and the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. He also currently manages a master services agreement with Rice Capital Access for the Department of Education to provide construction oversight services for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Prior to 360 CS, Barlow was Vice President of Program and Construction Management Services at H. J. Russell & Company for seven years where he played an integral role in developing its New York market. He also had a career at URS (acquired by AECOM in 2014) where he held several positions and managed different programs throughout the country.
He has a bachelor’s degree in aviation systems technologies from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and a Bachelor of Applied Science in business management, marketing, and related support services from Park University. He is a member of the Construction Management Association of America and the American Council of Engineering Companies.