Trinity Consultants announced that Herbert Els has been appointed divisional president of its Built Environment practice.
Trinity Consultants is a Dallas-based global environmental consulting firm providing services and solutions in the Built Environment, EH&S Regulatory Compliance, Life Sciences, and Water & Ecology markets.
Trinity called Els a results-oriented leader and innovator who brings more than 24 years of building systems design and implementation experience to the firm.
“Trinity has experienced unprecedented growth across our four business pillars—expanding our services, technical expertise, and geographic footprint through a series of strategic acquisitions, and investing in our leadership and support teams to position the company for future expansion,” CEO Paul Greywall said in a statement. “Herbert’s unique entrepreneurial instincts, industry-leading initiatives, and clear business vision will be invaluable as we enter our next chapter of growth and innovation. I’m excited for the future of our Built Environment pillar with Herbert at the helm.”
The firm said that Els’ experience as a national business line leader for multi-disciplinary teams brings added value to the company’s clients.
Trinity’s Built Environment practice is focused on delivering high performing, energy efficient, and technology enabled facilities to clients as they navigate an increasingly complex and ever-evolving regulatory landscape.
“I’m thrilled to lead Trinity’s Built Environment practice at this pivotal time in its history,” Els said in a statement. “I look forward to presenting the full complement of Trinity’s capabilities to our clients, building upon our collective successes, and taking initiative as we bring Trinity’s strategic vision to life.”
Trinity Consultants was founded in 1974 and says it has the technical expertise, industry depth, and capabilities to help clients achieve their goals across the natural and built environments.
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