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Coughlans inducted into the Hall of Fame

Jim Coughlan holding the Long Island Business News' Hall of Fame award

TRITEC is proud to announce that Bob and Jim Coughlan have been inducted into the “Long Island Business Hall of Fame” on November 7, 2019. The Long Island Business News selects the most distinguished and influential leaders in our business community for inclusion in the Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame inductees are commemorated at the Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University, where plaques recognizing each year’s inductees are hosted within the building.

Bob and Jim Coughlan started TRITEC Real Estate in 1986. They have developed, financed, constructed and managed more than a billion dollars of corporate office, medical office, hotels, retail space, rental apartments and industrial parks across Long Island, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

TRITEC’s corporate motto, ‘Have Fun, Win, Be Nice!’ has helped to guide the organization in all they do. They strive to do well while doing good.

While continuing to provide project delivery services for a wide range of industry types, TRITEC has focused on revitalizing and creating walkable transit-oriented communities.

Bob Coughlan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Northeastern University and attended New York University’s RealEstate Institute between 1982 and 1985. He serves on the boards of the Long Island Housing Partnership, St. Anthony’s High School, Catholic Health, Hope House Ministries, and the Long Island Association.

Jim Coughlan is a graduate of Brown University and attended New York University Real Estate Institute between 1984-1987. Jim has served on the board of Community Development Corporation of Long Island for more than 21 years and has been Chairman of the Board for more than 11 years. Jim has been an officer of the Long Island Builders Institute for the past four years and is currently serving his second term as President. Previously, Jim served on the Stony Brook Medicines Advisory Council and Children’s Hospital Taskforce, helping create Suffolk County’s only hospital dedicated to specialized care for children.