Trehel Corporation Relocates Headquarters to Greenville

Contractor to Maintain Presence in Pickens County with Satellite Office

Trehel Corporation®, a general contractor specializing in design-build construction, has moved its headquarters to Greenville, S.C. Trehel has maintained an office in Greenville for the past 14 years, but decided to relocate all corporate operations to their new headquarters in the Field House at the West End building at 935 S. Main Street, Suite 300. The 15,000-square-foot suite features multiple conference rooms, a roof top terrace and panoramic views of Flour Field.

“I’m very excited about everyone in the company having an office in one facility, while continuing to maintain an office in Clemson, S.C.,” said President and CEO, Will Huss. “This was a strategic move for Trehel in order to be more centrally located within our market region and due to the recent economic development activity in the Greenville and Spartanburg communities. Additionally, the move enables us to respond to growth and future expansion of our company. This is a detailed plan we have worked on for more than two years. We will continue to reinforce our commitment to the communities where we live and work, which include almost every county in the Upstate.”

The new facility is larger than the previous Clemson and Greenville offices combined, allowing for strategic staff development and expansion. The Clemson office has moved to a new space within the same complex on Tiger Boulevard, where the former corporate office was headquartered for more 20 years. Historically, Trehel’s headquarters have been in Clemson at various locations since 1982. The company will continue service at the field operations and shop maintenance facility location in Pendleton, S.C.

“The history of our company is intertwined with that of Pickens, Oconee and Anderson counties. Over the years, we have experienced significant growth and prosperity together, while establishing many life-long relationships. Will and I feel very strongly that our commitment to these communities will not change,” said Neal Workman, Founder and Chairman.“ We greatly value our past experiences and will continue as stakeholders in these communities.” Workman reiterated that he is looking forward to being more centrally located in Trehel’s market area and merging all corporate operations into one office.