Retail Contractors Association Appoints Bob Moore as President
The Retail Contractors Association (RCA) has appointed Bob Moore, president of Gray Construction, West Region, as its new president. Over the past four years, Moore has served on RCA’s board of directors in several capacities including vice president, secretary and treasurer. Moore is preceded by Mike Wolff, president of Timberwolff Construction, a Gray company, who served as RCA’s president since 2014.
As president of RCA, Moore will be responsible for leading the mission of the association, which is to promote professionalism and integrity in retail construction through industry leadership in education, information exchange and jobsite safety. He will also oversee RCA board meetings, maintain a quality advisory board and manage outreach to member companies.
Wolff will continue to serve on RCA’s board as immediate past president, lending industry expertise and insight to fellow members.
“I have every confidence that Bob will maintain the first-rate leadership that has driven RCA to great success,” said Wolff. “His dedication to the organization and unparalleled industry experience make him well-suited for the role.”
“I’m extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished as an organization over the last several years,” added Moore. “It is a privilege to embark on this new journey with RCA, and I look forward to continued success in the future.”
The Retail Contractors Association is a national organization of high caliber retail contractors united to provide a solid foundation of ethics, quality and professionalism within the retail construction industry.
Gray Construction, is a nationally ranked engineering, architecture and construction firm with over 55 years of experience in manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, distribution, hospitality and retail facility construction. Currently, Gray has several retail projects that are underway or recently completed including: a Zara store in San Diego, Calif.; a Nike Community Store in Los Angeles, Calif.; a Victoria’s Secret in Los Angeles, Calif.; an H&M store in Waikiki, Hawaii; several stores for Costco Wholesale Corporation; and multiple Old Navy and Gap stores.
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