Alabama Construction News

JUL-SEP 2017

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10 AL CONSTRUCTION NEWS JUL-SEP 2017 BUILDING ALABAMA | PROJECTS Trinity, located in Trussville , has been proudly serving the greater Birmingham area for over 35 years and specializes in commercial and residential heating, cooling, plumbing, mechanical and electrical construction. "We're excited that we were able to maintain our Trinity branding as you will continue to recognize the Trinity Contractors vehicles traveling to and from our many mechanical, electrical and service commercial and residential jobs," said Pentecost. "As Trinity and Ivey pull resources and connections together we have been fortunate in maintaining and obtaining jobs in the areas of our expertise and are on pace for one of our most successful years." The Trinity Contractors team looks forward to many years of joint success in providing good opportunities for their employees, vendors and customers as they continue to be a leader in the mechanical and electrical construction industry. Ivey Mechanical, Trinity Contractors Celebrate One Year After Merger IT HAS BEEN VERY BUSY AT TRINITY CONTRACTORS as they close in on their first year as a member of Ivey Mechanical Company. Trinity Contractors and Ivey have worked together for more than 15 years, sharing many of the same shareholders, creating minimal need of change in day-to-day operations. Denny Terrell, president of Ivey Mechanical, is happy with the addition of Trinity. "We are very pleased with the recent acquisition of Trinity Contractors to the Ivey group," he said. "The transition has gone better than expected, and we are in great hands with the new leadership structure within Trinity. Both groups are already benefiting from the acquisition and we are excited about the future." While most all faces remain the same, a few came with changes in title. David Pentecost now assumes the role of president of Trinity, Chris Gamel has been promoted to general manager of the Electrical Construction Group, Stephen Keith continues as the general manager of the Mechanical Construction Group and David Mickle remains as vice president of Service.

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