SOURCE: Construction Digital

Construction Digital

November 18, 2010 14:46 ET

Trinity Drywall Systems Gives Their Success Story to Construction Digital

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - November 18, 2010) - In an interview with Construction Digital, Brad Bryant, President of Trinity Drywall Systems reveals the successful components of his company.

In the construction industry these days, Trinity is witnessing a huge push in the LEED side of things, as well as the CHPS package, or Collaborative for High Performance Schools. The school packages and bonds are requiring the CHPS package and they use that in the construction industry to utilize the LEED program.

"We're seeing a lot more of that and you get different points for different types of products that you use in construction," Bryant explains in the article. "We're also seeing a big push into BIM, which is Business Information Modelling. There seems to be a good flow of public work as private money is a little tied up in funding."

Trinity has made many efforts towards making sure they have the right people in place for the right jobs that are asked of them. One of the things they're doing is availing their field workers to all kinds of association training. Read the full article

About Trinity Drywall Systems
In 2006, Trinity Drywall Systems hit the ground running doing commercial drywall and plastering construction in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Since then the Company has travelled extensively into Oklahoma, Louisiana and across the entire state of Texas. 

"We've probably been in every major city at least once," says Brad Bryant, President of the Company. Some of their projects include finishing up a theater on the River Walk in San Antonio, which is a historic retrofit of an existing theater. They're also working on a very large hospital project in Durant, OK and on the Wiley Civic Center in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

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