Being part of the Trident Construction team means being part of a big family. It’s why so many of our employees have been with us for more than a decade. But don’t just take our word for it – see what our employees are saying about working in the Lowcountry with us.
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“Trident’s people are what makes the difference — from the leadership all the way down.”
Chris Burrell – Senior Project Manager
“Trident has an open door policy. Not only can you talk to your supervisor, but you can talk to the President of the company, as well. They really care about their employees”
– Marilyn Williams — Accounts Payable Specialist
A graduate of The Citadel, Ryan found Trident through a referral from his church. At the time, he was working for a global company that required him to travel, but he really needed to be 扑克王棋牌官方下载home to help with his kids. After talking with Trident, Ryan realized it was the perfect fit. His work is now local — there’s no relocating for projects — and the work he’s doing, from multi-family housing projects to mixed-used developments, is fulfilling.
As a Superintendent, he wears many hats. And whether he’s coordinating with subcontractors and managing schedules or implementing safety practices and maintaining quality standards, Ryan uses his fifteen years of experience to ensure every client is satisfied with the work we do.
Accounts Payable Administrator
26 years is a long time to work for the same company, but Marilyn wouldn’t have it any other way. When she moved to Charleston from Texas (by way of Alabama), she began as a clerk in the accounting department and, as she says, was given every opportunity to grow with the company. Because of her strong work ethic, her role over the years has expanded.
When asked what’s kept her with Trident for so long, she sums it up with one word: family. Trident has grown exponentially since Marilyn joined the team, but the culture and environment hasn’t change a bit.
*Marilyn has recently retired, but she is still family.*