To better serve our clients we have recently rebranded our commercial building services division, TrehelCARE. After constructing numerous buildings over the years, we became keenly aware that in time, all buildings will eventually need maintenance and repairs. Trehel has been providing these services to our clients for more than three decades.
John Weber (former Trehel assistant superintendent) is continuing his trek along the Pacific Crest Trail as he winds his way through the snow-covered Sierra Nevada mountain range. At this point in his journey, he has completed more than 900 miles of the 2,650-mile trail.
Trehel has begun interior demolition and salvage work of the iconic Ideal Feed and Seed store on Laurens Road. Willy Taco plans to repurpose the facility for their newest location and the first in the Greenville market.
What happens when our executive team, a few project managers, project superintendents and office support staff spend a few hours together? Well, at Trehel we call it a community service project day.
John Weber, a former Trehel assistant superintendent, has recently embarked on an incredible adventure. Over the next few months, he plans to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. The 2,650-mile journey will encompass many of the unique terrains of the Western landscape.
Trehel recently hired Bradley Malone as a Carpenter Helper and Eduardo Vela as a Foreman.
As we ring in the new year, we want to sincerely thank each of you for making 2015 a successful year for Trehel Corporation. We look forward to partnering with you in 2016!
Contractor to Maintain Presence in Pickens County with Satellite Office
The Upstate Construction Industry Collaborative in conjunction with the Greenville Drive recently held the first annual Construction Industry Celebration Night on Monday, June 29 at Fluor Field. The event celebrated the regional economic impact and accomplishments of the Upstate construction industry.
Summer Mast, family assessment worker of The Parenting Place-Prevent Child Abuse Pickens County recently received a Blue Ridge Fest check in the amount of $14,500.