Tracy grew up wrapped in fiberglass…okay, not literally, but he has been around fiberglass his whole life. He learned all about fiberglass from working with his father’s fiberglass boat business, and started Shelter Works in 1995. He loves to develop creative solutions for his clients and can often be found tinkering in the plant with the rest of the team
Dave leads the team and focuses on operational excellence. With an M.B.A. from Webster University and a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from Missouri University of Science and Technology, he’s also a Certified Master Black Belt, subject matter expert, and trainer in Strategy Deployment, Lean, Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), Sales-Inventory and Operations Planning (SIOP), and Mixed Model Material Replenishment.
Dana graduated from West Point with a Mechanical Engineering degree. He also served his country as an Airborne Ranger and as an officer in the Corp of Engineers. He’s an Eagle Scout and a Boy Scout Troop Leader who likes to run and bike. As a main client contact for Shelter Works, Dana applies the Golden Rule in all his client interactions.
Steve’s experience in providing equipment protection solutions for a steel manufacturer, primarily to the Telecommunications and Transportation industries, gives Shelter Works even more expertise in those industries. While Steve spent the better part of the past two decades in the world of steel buildings, he also grew up in and around fiberglass and is committed to the highest levels of customer service, quality and responsiveness in the market.
Mike ensures the smooth handling of a range of accounting functions needed for the business, from Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Collections, Payroll and Financial Reporting. He is also responsible for HR and IT services. Mike has worked for a wide range of businesses around St. Louis and graduated from Webster University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. When Mike is not happily ensconced in a spreadsheet at our offices, he will most likely be found working on a home-improvement project with his family.