WHO WE ARE
At WPC we invest in the health, safety, and education of our employees, we treat our suppliers and subcontractors like family and (since 1974) we have been cultivating excellence and culturing talent to form a diverse team of construction professionals that reliably deliver - Building Beyond the Blueprint®. For nearly 50 years, WPC has provided construction and renovation services in Central Florida and across the United States. From superintendents and project managers to estimators and everyone in-between, the WPC team delivers on our "do it right the first time" promise. We produce award-winning projects across multiple expertise market sectors - delivering quality and service that exceeds our client’s expectation.
WPC believes that the foundation of a strong and healthy organization is built by healthy and happy employees - and their families. WPC takes a holistic approach to happiness, ensuring that our family of employees enjoy the highest level of safety on the job - and by designing an environment in which healthy habits are nurtured and rewarded.
In 1974 Tracy Forrest founded Winter Park Construction (now known as WPC). With humble beginnings that included mostly residential renovation projects, it was only a matter of time before Winter Park Construction's credo – do the right thing, every time – attracted more complex construction assignments. Today, WPC's team is led by multifaceted construction experts with a combined 200+ years of experience.
Committed to giving back, WPC actively enriches the community, understanding that our success is intertwined with the vitality of the neighborhoods we serve. We invest not just in physical infrastructure, but in social foundations, contributing to a legacy that extends beyond construction.
Tracy Forrest guided WPC along a successful path of strategic growth with a focus on renovations, timeshare resorts, hotels, senior living facilities, and apartment complexes. Tracy grew the company to become one of the ENR 400 largest General Contractors in the US and one of the 200 largest privately-owned companies in Florida. Throughout his over 50 years in the construction industry, Tracy fostered an environment of continuous improvement amongst WPC employees. Tracy passed away on October 12, 2020, from an aggressive form of brain cancer.