Frank Torre is Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, a large-scale national disaster restoration services company, and the Vice Chairman of PuroClean, a residential disaster restoration services company with locations across the United States and Canada.
Prior to his joint acquisition of PuroClean in 2015 and Signal Restoration Services in 2012, Mr. Torre was the Founder and CEO of Torre and Bruglio, Inc., one of the largest commercial landscape architecture and construction services firms in North America. Founded in 1982, the award-winning landscape architecture firm of Torre & Bruglio, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, amassed an impressive portfolio of national clients, sports venues, and historic properties.
Through his commitment to excellence and a dedication to professionalism, Frank Torre is the recipient of numerous Industry Awards and Honors, including being recognized as one of the most powerful business leader in Metro Detroit, and receiving the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit’s Heritage Hall of Fame Award.
Outside of his role as Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services and Vice-Chairman of PuroClean, Mr. 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 was appointment by the Governor of the State of Michigan to serve on the prestigious Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Board.
His commitment to excellence and a dedication to professionalism has earned Mr. Torre an impressive array of Industry Awards and Honors, including being recognized as one of the most powerful business leader in Metro Detroit, and receiving the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit’s Heritage Hall of Fame Award.
Outside of his numerous business obligations, Frank Torre is actively involved with several charities and educational programs which reflect his deep ties to community. He serves as the Chairman of Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit, a non-profit organization which helps underprivileged youth with scholarship and education, where his fundraising initiatives have contributed over $5 Million dollars to directly support the organization’s scholarship and educational initiatives. Frank Torre also serves as the Chairman of the Rehabilitation Insinuate of Michigan Foundation, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the rehabilitation of people with life altering disabilities and injuries through research, education, and community programs and activities. For nearly a decade, Mr. Torre’s support for the Foundation 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.
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.