Peter B. Tracy – Vice President

Peter’s 30 years in the industry afford him an invaluable amount of Project experience and technical knowledge and ability.  He possesses experience in all types of construction performed for a variety of industries, including: tenant improvement, historic renovation and base building for retail, hospitality, health care, and corporate clients.  Peter is unique in that he has the project resume and job experience of an individual that is typically cast as a Project Manager, but is well rounded, and contributes so much more to the process.

After a series of successful projects at Baltimore General Contracting firm, John E. Day, Peter was promoted from Project Manager to Vice President.  Here he learned how his skills at serving the needs of his clients could easily turn a single job into a series of projects, and a series of projects, into a longstanding successful relationship.  These skills and experiences were targeted when Peter was recruited to join The Leapley Company and be groomed to take over as General Manager of its Baltimore Office.  He successfully managed this 8 million dollar per year operation for three consecutive years, bringing a high level of intensity to client satisfaction and personnel motivation; capitalizing on his experience and ability to execute.

Peter’s calm and collected demeanor provides clients with a sense of comfort and confidence.  Their sense is well founded because behind his calm exterior is an experienced decision maker who won’t hesitate to react quickly and do whatever it takes to meet a schedule.  Peter has a history of fostering repeat business opportunities; the strongest possible statement a client can make about how satisfied they are with the work.  The confidence and knowledge he possesses invites his involvement in projects that require intensive pre-construction, design build and opportunities which require the contractor to provide other than “typical services”.

It is these same aspects of Peter that make him a perfect fit for KasCon.  His methods helped form the guidelines the firm uses to approach each and every undertaking.  As a partner in the firm Peter is empowered with a full compliment of resources and full decision making authority.

As one of the founders of KasCon Peter has “run” dozens of projects among which he would rank the $5 ½ million dollar Advance Business Systems design/build corporate office building as a crowning achievement.  Peter also counts the complete renovation of the downtown Baltimore six story office building – 31 South Calvert Street – as a major accomplishment to his KasCon career.



The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you.

In between, the leader is a servant.

-Max DePree-