Triangle Construction recently celebrated our 70th anniversary with a BBQ on April 27, 2017. The event was held at Triangle’s Laurens Rd. office which was built in 1955. Despite the rain, hundreds of guests turned out to help mark the special occasion. Tracy Pellett, Chairman of the Board, spoke of the company’s history and early […]
Sixteen local companies, including Triangle Construction, are donating their products and services to help build a US Military History Museum and Education Center at the Greenville Downtown Airport. Click the link below to read the Greenville News article about the project. http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/2017/02/24/construction-starts-new-greenville-military-museum/98257828/
Doug Burns, an invaluable member of the Triangle Construction Company team, is retiring this month after 47 years of service. It is highly unusual for anyone to remain at the same company for that amount of time and we can’t thank him enough for his loyalty and dedication. His skills in concrete construction are unparalleled […]
Congratulations and job well done to Gary Black and Bryant Nixon of Triangle Construction! Gary is pictured here with Steve Pettit, President of Bob Jones University. Gary is presenting the Certificate of Occupancy for the recently renovated administration offices inside Edwards and Riley Halls. We’re so grateful for the strong relationship we have with the […]
Hobart Satterfield, one of Triangle’s most loyal and tenured employees has decided that the time has come for him to step down. Hobart’s career in construction began with Triangle in 1966 when Greenville was a small town and the GSP Jetport was just a baby. Hobart has the energy that most long for and he […]
Triangle Construction Company, Incorporated welcomes Mr. Charley Patrick to their team as the Manager of Business Development. Mr. Patrick brings 15 years of experience in the construction industry and will make an excellent addition to Triangle!
Ron Freeman has retired from Triangle after 46 years of service, most recently and for many years as Triangle’s safety director.
Ron was born in 1942 in the shadow of St. Francis Hospital in Greenville. “I tried a little bit of everything when I was first starting out,” said Ron. “I sold Yellow Pages ads, I managed a shoe store, and I sold life insurance. But once I went to work in construction, I knew I’d found what I wanted to do.”