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Triune honored by Office of the Mayor/City of Dallas as "Top Leader in the Construction Industry"
The Office of the Mayor/City of Dallas in partnership with the Construction Expo honored Triune for playing a fundamental role in the area’s development on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at the Dallas Convention Center.
By: Christina Martinez - Triune
Top industry professionals, including architects, general contractors, engineers, real estate brokers, and home builders were all honored for playing a vital role in the Dallas and surrounding area’s economic development, providing jobs and shaping the physcial landscape of the community. These are the companies that contribute to the area’s growth and construction, covering every facet of the construction industry in the Dallas Region.
The event was keynoted by Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway who addressed over 100 business owners, expressing his appreciation of the Dallas/Fort Worth growth, education, and awareness of Green Building and creating new opportunities for improvement.
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Triune is an innovative, dynamically integrated General Contractor that prides itself in exceeding customers’ expectations. Since 1997, Triune has been fulfilling the needs of both public and private sector customers with an unsurpassed level of quality and service.
Triune is headquartered in Dallas, Texas with regional offices servicing the El Paso, Shreveport, Seattle, and the Washington D.C. area. We offer a full spectrum of innovative construction, disaster response, and energy assistance to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers. Because of our unique mix of quick-response, vast reach, local know-how, technology, and innovation, we have quickly become a significant player throughout the regions we serve.
While the depth and breath of our service might indicate otherwise, we are a Small Business, Certified 8(A), SDB, and Hub-zone concern.