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CELEBRATING 42 YEARS OF SUCCESS!

Founded in Morgantown in July 1975 as a geotechnical engineering consultant, Triad has grown from a three man start-up to a strong and diverse regional firm with nearly 200 employees and six office locations across the mid-Atlantic.  Today, our firm provides geotechnical, civil and mining engineering, environmental consulting, land surveying, drilling, construction monitoring, and materials testing to a wide range of clients in education, energy, government, healthcare, land development, transportation and other business sectors.

2015 marked another milestone for Triad - our 20th year as an employee-owned firm!  Triad’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) provides every employee with a vested ownership interest in the company.  Triad’s ESOP program has created employee loyalty and longevity—ensuring the firm’s projects are managed by employees dedicated to professionalism and quality—complementing Triad’s history and experience in the mid-Atlantic region.

Triad Contributing to USGBC Greenbuild Legacy Project
Triad is proudly supporting the 2015 US Green Building Council (USGBC) “Greenbuild Legacy Project”, an urban food studio for the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) in Northeast Washington, DC.  Each year, the USGBC’s Greenbuild Conference Host Committee gifts funding and other support for a project that will provide resources, learning opportunities and “greening” to underserved communities within the event’s host city.

Triad will provide geotechnical engineering services for the food studio, which was designed by partners HKS Architects and Clark Construction.  In keeping with the spirit of the CAFB, the facility will utilize recycled materials, feature sustainable ecosystems including water collection and solar harvesting, and provide all-season space for growing food and hosting cooking classes, workshops and other CAFB events.  Construction kicked off on Friday, June 5th with a groundbreaking at the site, and is scheduled for completion in fall of 2015.  The project will be showcased during the 2015 Greenbuild Conference, November 18-20 at the Washington, DC Convention Center.


Groundbreaking!  Partners from HKS Architects, Clark Construction and Triad Engineering celebrate with CAFB's Nancy Roman (center) and MJ Crom.    Photo by Ana Ka'ahanui, USGBC.

For more information, please visit http://usgbcncr.org/greenbuild/legacy-project/.







Wenger to Lead SMPS Central PA       Board of Directors
Triad Business Development Leader Brooke Wenger has been elected to serve as President of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), Central Pennsylvania Chapter’s Board of Directors for 2015-16.  Ms. Wenger previously led the Chapter’s Membership Committee, and served as President Elect through 2014-15. 

SMPS is a national organization comprised of over 6,000 marketing and business development professionals from more than 3,500 firms across the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries. 80% of Engineering News-Record’s (ENR’s) Top 500 Design Firms and Top 400 Contractors contribute to the 60 nationwide chapters, providing valuable networking, training and leadership opportunities to its members.  Triad’s corporate leadership and business development professionals are proud to be active in SMPS’s Central Pennsylvania, Columbus (OH), Maryland, Pittsburgh (PA), Virginia, and Washington, DC Chapters. 

Ms. Wenger, based in Triad’s Hagerstown, MD office, has been with the company’s Marketing and Business Development group for over eight years.  She is a graduate of the Marketing program at Pennsylvania State University, and previously worked as a Surveying Crew Chief.  Ms. Wenger also serves as Chair of the Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc., Cumberland Valley Chapter’s (ABC CVC’s) Young Professionals Group.


Triad Hosts LCEDA for Small Business Week 2015
Triad was pleased to host the Loudoun County, VA Economic Development Authority (LCEDA) Board of Supervisors at our Ashburn office on May 12.  Their visit was part of the EDA’s annual Small Business Week celebration of local businesses and entrepreneurs across this vibrant Northern Virginia community. Board members toured our facilities and met with staff members to learn more about Triad, and discussed recent growth and upcoming opportunities around the County.

Pictured:  Robin Bartok (Chief Legislative Staff Aide to the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors), Michael Sawyers (Regional Manager, Triad), Rob Mooney (Chief Marketing Officer, Triad) and Shawn Williams (Supervisor, Broad Run District)

Triad is proud to be a member of the Loudoun County, Northern Virginia and DC Metro Area business communities!


Earth Day 2015 - AWS
Triad, a corporate sponsor of the Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS), once again volunteered for the Society's Annual Earth Day Cleanup and Celebration on April 25.  Eastern and DC Metro regional employees Rob Mooney, Brad Pearson and Brooke Wenger, joined by their families and friends from Clark Construction Group, spent the morning in the area's parks and neighborhoods removing trash and debris that could impact the Anacostia River and its watersheds.  


(Top)  Triad Employees, with their families, and our Partners from Clark Construction Group

(Bottom)  Clark Construction's Matt Haas and Triad's Brad Pearson teamed up to get the job done!

Triad admires and respects AWS's approach to environmental and community preservation and is honored to be a partner in their endeavors!


Shepherdstown Dump Project Receives Certificate of Completion
IT’S OFFICIAL!  The former Shepherdstown Dump has achieved its Certificate of Completion from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WV DEP), and filed its Land Use Covenant with the Jefferson County Clerk.

Since 2013, Triad has served as the environmental engineer and Licensed Remediation Specialist (LRS) for the Jefferson County Development Authority (JCDA), supervising the cleanup of the former Shepherdstown Municipal Dump through a $240,000 USEPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant.  Project Manager Jeff Mitchell, PG, LRS has been working with the JCDA, Shepherdstown Public Library, Northern WV Brownfields Assistance Center (NWVBAC), WVDEP and US EPA to assess and develop plans for the site, which will serve as the new home of the Shepherdstown Public Library.  More


WE HAVE MOVED!!

Triad’s Morgantown, WV Office began operations at its new facility on Monday, October 20, 2014. 


Our address is 1097 Chaplin Road, Morgantown, WV 26501.   Our phone and fax numbers, as well as our general email address, remain the same.  Please update your records and send any items normally delivered to our Hartman Run Road address to the new location. 

We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful new office!



Nelson Selected to Attend SAME Post Leader's Workshop
Lauren Nelson, Marketing and Business Development Leader for Triad’s Northern and Northwestern Regions (Morgantown, WV / Pittsburgh, PA), was selected by the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), Pittsburgh Post to attend the organization’s National Post Leaders Workshop from August 4-6 in Alexandria, Virginia.  She was chosen by the Post’s Board of Directors to serve as their Young Member Representative based on her active membership and contributions to the group’s 2012 JETS Regional Conference Planning Committee.

The annual Workshop draws Post Presidents and members from across the organization’s footprint – U.S. military and Corps of Engineers installations nationwide and abroad – to discuss key issues facing the organization and its A/E/C industry members.  Topics included ethics and strategies for working with Defense agencies and organizations, technical and leadership development programs, community outreach and service activities, STEM education, and Post operations.  Ms. Nelson also served as the lead Moderator for the Young Member Forum, which focused on recruiting and engaging millennial-generation employees to contribute to the growth of SAME’s member firms and Post chapters.

Triad currently holds several contracts with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington Post / Great Lakes & Ohio River Division for drilling, geotechnical and other engineering design services, and is a Corporate Member of SAME.  Our members have been active in Posts across West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, gaining valuable government and defense sector relationships and contributing to engineering, science and technology-related activities within our local communities and universities.


Triad Collecting Shoes for CFC
Trying to wrap up your spring cleaning?  Can't find anything in your closet?  Led by our Hagerstown, MD office, Triad is collecting gently used shoes of all kinds (men, women and children / dress, casual and other) to support the Community Free Clinic (CFC) of Washington County, Maryland's Crowded Closet Shoe Drive.  The organization is not only helping those in need at home and abroad, but also supporting green efforts to reuse and repurpose items that might otherwise end up in landfills.  It is their goal to collect over one ton of shoes for cleaning and redistribution by July 20th.  Donations can be dropped off at any Triad office during regular business hours!

For more information, please call (301) 797-6400 or visit www.cfcwc-md.org.


PROGRESS UPDATE - Morgantown Office
Construction is moving right along!  Massaro Corporation and its support contractors have been hard at work on Triad's new office building in Morgantown, WV, with completion of the building expected this fall.  We can't wait to move into our new home at Mylan Park!


An aerial view of the new Morgantown Office, taken May 24th at approximately 50% completion.  Photo courtesy of Morgantown Senior QC / Engineering Technician Jim Fawcett and Fawcett's Flying Fotos (www.fawcettsflyingfotos.com).


In Memoriam
With heavy hearts, Triad has said goodbye to two longtime colleagues and friends following their courageous battles with cancer.  In January, Parviz "PJ" Jalali was laid to rest after serving Triad and its St. Albans, WV office for more than 33 years as an Engineer, Technician,Services Manager, Vice President and member of the firm's Board of Directors.  In late April the Morgantown, WV office lost Harold Coen, Senior Engineering Technician, after more than 28 years of service to Triad's Quality Control and Laboratory departments. 

PJ and Harold were both dedicated employees who contributed a great deal to Triad throughout the years.  Their hard work, guidance and friendship will be greatly missed, and our condolences and best wishes remain with their families.

Parviz "PJ" Jalali Harold Coen









Earth Day 2014 - Anacostia Watershed Society
Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) is a non-profit organization focused on protection and restoration of the Anacostia River and its watershed communities.  Since 1989, AWS has evolved from a small group of individuals concerned about the environmental needs of the river to a staffed organization providing environmental education, stewardship, recreation and community involvement activities.  

Triad is partnering with AWS to provide an ecological uplift to urban stormwater inputs / outfalls; connect segmented stream habitat by removing an in-stream blockage; and create wetland and riparian habitat by reconnecting the floodplain to the river.  With this, Triad has been contracted to develop an appropriate scope of work that will benefit wildlife habitat and water quality along the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River.  Like the AWS, Triad believes in a watershed approach to address the water quality issues affecting the Chesapeake Bay.  Projects like this, targeting dysfunctional relationships between urban drainage areas and their waterways, will translate into opportunities to improve water quality and aquatic habitat downstream.


As a corporate sponsor of AWS, Triad volunteered for their Annual Earth Day Cleanup and Celebration in April.  Eastern Region employees Rob Mooney, Brad Reynolds, Jeff Mitchell, Brad Pearson, Brooke Wenger, along with their families, spent the morning scouring portions of Fort Circle Park in an effort to remove trash from the area and adjoining neighborhood.  Triad admires and respects AWS's approach to social responsibility and is honored to be a partner in their endeavors.


Triad Featured in Energy & Mining International
Triad Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Rob Mooney recently spoke with reporter Jeff Borgardt of Energy & Mining International (EMI) magazine for a Spring Edition profile piece about the firm's energy-sector successes.  The story, entitled "CONSOL's Consultants", is part of a series focused on the top regional consulting firms supporting the nation's largest energy producers.  The article reviews Triad's corporate history and discusses our specialized experience with both "traditional" (non-renewable) and renewable energy sources including coal, oil and gas, solar, wind and hydropower projects.

EMI was interested in featuring Triad not only for our strong 39-year history with CONSOL Energy and its subsidiaries, but also for our work on the CNX Cowgill Centralized Impoundment in Noble County, OH - the first centralized impoundment in Ohio to hold and treat flowback, or the water and production fluids used during the fracking process at shale gas extraction sites.  The geotechnical engineering and laboratory testing services provided by Triad (as a subcontractor to ms consultants, inc.) were essential to the design process for the impoundment, which is now under construction.

As Triad's largest and longest tenured customer, the value of the work performed and experience gained from our relationship with CONSOL has been integral to the growth and stability of our firm and ESOP.  Congratulations to all of our employees - past and present - who have supported CONSOL's operations and other vital energy projects across the mid-Atlantic.

To read more, please visit www.emi-magazine.com (Spring Edition 2014, pages 154-156).


Brinkley Named to Board of Directors
Triad is pleased to welcome its newest Board member, Mr. Chad Brinkley, who will serve as one of the firm's two Outside Directors.  Mr. Brinkley will fill the vacancy left by Rob Mooney, who joined Triad as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) in 2013.  Triad's By-Laws call for two Director positions to be occupied by persons outside the employment of the company to maintain our knowledge base across the business community and A/E industry.

Mr. Brinkley is the Director of Project Management for CBRE in Pittsburgh, PA.  A graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Architectural Engineering, emphasizing on Construction Management, he is responsible for operations of his Project Management Team as well as directorial management of all local projects undertaken by the firm.  Mr. Brinkley has over 10 years of experience in the General Contracting industry, with work on a wide variety of projects for clients including Google, Westinghouse, Siemens, the National Weather Service, West Penn Allegheny Health System and the Pittsburgh Penguins.  He is a member of the Construction Manager's Association of America, and has served on the Planning Commission for Cranberry Township, PA.  On the side, he works as a property developer in Western PA.

Triad is excited to be able to benefit from Mr. Brinkley's knowledge of the construction and real estate industries, two of the firm's important client bases.  Welcome Chad!


Triad Presents at 2014 QAW
Hagerstown, MD Geotechnical Engineering Manager Steve Gyurisin and Eastern Regional Manager Brad Reynolds served as co-presenters at the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Quality Assurance Workshop (QAW), held in February in Atlantic City, NJ.  Their presentation was titled Sinkholes: Identification, Remediation and Quality Control and was well-received by Project Managers from State Departments of Transportation in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.


Triad Breaks Ground on New Office
On Friday, November 8th, the employee-owners of Triad's Morgantown, WV office broke ground on a new state of the art building at the Chaplin Hill Business Park, located on the north side of Morgantown across from Mylan Park.  The 14,000 square foot facility is being constructed through a design-build partnership with Massaro Corporation of Pittsburgh, PA and will feature green building elements, training and safety rooms, a testing laboratory, and an adjacent maintenance and storage building for the firm's drilling operations.  The Morgantown office will relocate from its current Hartman Run Road location upon completion of the building late next summer (2014).   More


Triad Establishes Engineering Scholarship at WVU
In an effort to support one of our long-standing clients and identify young talent for the future of our firm, Triad has established the Triad Engineering / Lyle K. Moulton Memorial Scholarship in Geotechnical Engineering within the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University (WVU).  Prior to and during his tenure with Triad, Dr. Moulton served as a Professor of Geotechnical Engineering studies at the College.  

The $2,500 annual scholarship will be presented to a deserving student majoring in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Geotechnical Engineering.  Triad's first recipient will be named by the College, in partnership with the WVU Foundation, during the 2014 Spring Semester and continue their studies through the 2014-2015 academic year.

Triad also supports the Triad Engineering / Lyle K. Moulton Soils Laboratory, located within the College's main Engineering Science and Research Facility on the Evansdale Campus in Morgantown.

McCoy Joins SAME Board of Directors
Triad’s Larry McCoy, PE has been elected to the 2012-2013 Board of Directors of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), Huntington (WV) Post.  As a Director, McCoy will serve with the other officers of the Post to oversee business and host activities sponsored by the Post and SAME.

Mr. McCoy has over 40 years of engineering design and project management experience.  After more than 30 years with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, where he served as a Civil Engineer and, later, the Chief of the Civil Design Section, McCoy was named the Director of the Engineering and Construction Division of the Pittsburgh (PA) Water and Sewer Authority.  In this role, he was responsible for the engineering, design and construction of water and sewer projects performed by and for the Authority and City agencies.  Following his tenure, he returned to Triad Engineering, where he now serves as a Civil Engineering and Business Development consultant.


Triad Attends Mid-Atlantic QAW
In February Triad once again participated in the Mid-Atlantic Quality Assurance Workshop (QAW), which has been held annually since 1967.  Sponsored this year by the Delaware Department of Transportation / Highways (DOT / DOH) and held at the Dover Hotel and Convention Center in Dover, DE, the conference includes attendees from the Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and District of Columbia DOTs.  Its purpose is “to promote, adopt and emphasize new transportation technologies and the implementation of proactive policies, practices and procedures…”

At our booth, we had the opportunity to visit with current and new customers, partners and friends including long-standing customer Mr. Sajid Barlas of the WVDOH.


                        
(L to R: Brad Reynolds, PE (Eastern Regional Manager, Triad), Beth Carpenter (Marketing / Business Development, Triad), Sajid Barlas (Project Manager, WVDOH), Bill Wolfe (Business Development Director, Triad))

Triad Names Eastern Regional Manager
Triad has promoted Bradley Reynolds, PE to the position of Eastern Regional Manager.  Reynolds, who has been with the firm for 19 years, is a Senior Engineer and previously served as the Hagerstown, Maryland Branch Manager and Geotechnical Services Manager.  He is also a Vice President, member of the firm’s Board of Directors, and served as Interim Chief Operations Officer (COO) in 2011.  As Eastern Regional Manager, Reynolds provides oversight for business operations conducted from the firm’s offices in Hagerstown, MD and Winchester and Ashburn, Virginia.

Triad Promotes Two, Focuses on Key Services
Triad has announced the promotions
of two employees within the firm’s Northwestern Region.  Ms. Karen Krabill, PE will manage the Geotechnical and Civil Engineering Services Department, and Mr. Bill Ernstes, ASLA will serve as Land Development Project Manager, overseeing land, infrastructure and site civil development projects.   More
Triad Honored by ARC
Triad’s volunteerism with The Association for Retarded Citizens (Arc) of Washington County, Maryland has earned the company one of the Association’s 2011 Community Service Awards.  Triad’s award was presented during the group’s annual summer picnic, held June 27 in Smithsburg, MD.  The awarded project included volunteer construction of a handicap-accessible ramp and gate on the rear patio of on of the Arc’s 47 residential homes.
Triad Named “Outstanding Consulting Firm”
  


Triad has been recognized by the Washington County (Maryland) Soil Conservation District as an “Outstanding Consulting Firm” for its commitment to conservation of the County’s soil, water and other natural resources. 

In collaboration with this award, the Board of County Commissioners of Washington County, Maryland presented a Certificate of Merit to the firm for these
accomplishments.


Chambers Inducted into WV Academy of Civil Engineers
In late April, the West Virginia Academy of Civil Engineers honored Triad’s former Senior Vice President Dennis Chambers, P.E. as one of its newest members.  Inducted at the annual banquet hosted by the West Virginia University College of Engineering and Mineral Resources (WVU CEMR), Dennis was recognized for his longstanding commitment to quality engineering work around the state, his role in the founding and growth of Triad Engineering, and his ongoing community involvement.   More
Triad Partners with Baker to Serve Morgantown Airport
Triad, as a subconsultant to Michael Baker Jr., Inc., has been awarded the new On Call Engineering Services contract for the Morgantown Municipal Airport (MGW) in Morgantown, WV.  Triad, with more than 35 years of experience at MGW and other regional airports, will provide geotechnical engineering, surveying, environmental, and construction monitoring and testing services to support the Airport’s current Capital Improvement Program (CIP). 

This contract is for three years, with two optional one-year extensions.  Planned projects included in the Airport’s CIP include a runway extension, ramp and taxiway improvements, general and corporate hangar development and construction, terminal design and improvement, and multimodal transportation infrastructure planning.

Affected by Floodplains?  Our CFMs Can Help!
Triad Engineering is pleased to announce that two of our Professional Engineers have earned the designation of Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) from the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM). Congratulations to Mr. Larry McCoy, P.E. and Mr. Lee McCoy, P.E.!

Floodplain management has become increasingly important as flood disaster losses have increased.  Emphasis has been placed upon mitigation to alleviate the cycle of damage-rebuild-damage, and a need for professionals to address these issues was recognized.  CFMs use their knowledge and abilities to “help reduce the nation’s flood losses and protect and enhance the natural resources and functions of its floodplains.”  In passing their CFM certification exam, each of Triad’s engineers proved their knowledge of floodplain management, including topics such as the Nation Floodplain Insurance Program (NFIP), floodplain mapping, regulatory standards and procedures, flood hazard mitigation, natural and beneficial functions (e.g., wetlands), and a community’s responsibilities to its citizens.

How can Triad help you?  In addition to general consulting on floodplain related issues, Triad can help your community submit for participation in the National Floodplain Insurance Program (NFIP), a program that can bring significant advantages to affected communities.  We will work with you to develop the necessary floodplain regulations and submit all program forms on behalf of your community or neighborhood.  
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Triad Opens New Office in Athens, Ohio!
Triad is growing again!  We are proud to announce our newest office in Athens, which will serve the Civil, Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering needs of central and eastern Ohio. 
Triad Engineering - Athens, Ohio
Home to Ohio University and Hocking College, Athens boasts a lively arts and music scene, eclectic shopping and dining opportunities surrounding the large university and rich Appalachian heritage.  Kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, and mountain biking are just some of the most popular outdoor activities. 

Bob Allen, who manages Triad’s municipal infrastructure projects in the area, will spearhead the new office.  To find out more about Triad in Ohio, please contact our office today!!

Triad Engineering, Inc.
1005 East State Street
Athens, OH 45701
(740) 249-4304
athens@triadeng.com


Haynes Promoted to Drilling Manager
John Haynes, P.E. has transferred from Triad's St. Albans office to Morgantown to take over the position left by former Drilling Manager Bill Gardner.  Mr. Haynes will now serve as Drilling Manager for the firm's northwest regional operations.  More
Triad Says Farewell to Bill Gardner
Employees past and present gathered on July 9, 2010 to celebrate the career of Triad's first driller, Bill Gardner, who is retiring to enjoy a new chapter in his life with his family.  Bill, who came to Triad in 1977 as a Staff Geologist, has served as the Morgantown Drilling Manager since 1982 and is a longstanding member of the firm's Board of Directors.  More
Triad Part of AIA Merit Award Team
As a member of the design-build team, Triad supported the development of West VIrginia University's new intermodal transportation facility, which was recognized in April with a Merit Award for Design from the West Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  More
Welch Riverfront Project Earns Honor Award
Triad Engineering and Project Manager Joe Young, ASLA were recognized by the West Virginia chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (WVASLA) and presented with their 2009 Honor Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement for the design and development of the new Welch Riverfront Park and streetscape.  The award was presented to Mr. Young at the chapter's annual meeting at the 2010 WV Contractor's EXPO in Charleston.  Triad's services on the project included the preparation of a master plan and construction documents, as well as construction administration. 

Triad was selected by the City of Welch, WV to design a park and streetscape improvements for their downtown area, which lies in the floodplain adjacent to the Tug Fork River.  The park design included extensive landscape improvements, lighting upgrades, concrete sidewalks with clay pavers, street furniture, parking areas and the creation of an
ADA-compliant amphitheater with ramps and steps connecting the upper and lower levels.  The park's development resulted in a greatly needed open space for the downtown area as well as a new location for community events and attractions.  


Triad Supports Highland Hospital Expansion
Triad's St. Albans, WV office has provided boundary and topographic surveying, geotechnical engineering, and sheet pile shoring design services in support of the Highland Hospital Expansion in Kanawha City, WV.  In addition, our professionals worked with the City of Charleston, Highland Hospital and the project's design/build team to achieve the alley closure required for the building expansion.  More
Triad Teams Up for the United Way
In October, hundreds of volunteers completed projects in Washington County, Maryland as part of the 2009 United Way Day of Caring.  Our Hagerstown office assembled a team to participate at a private residence located in Boonsboro, Maryland.  More / Video   
On the Move
In July 2009, the Purcellville, VA office of Triad Engineering closed its doors for good as the staff made their way east to open Triad’s newest office location in Ashburn, Virginia.  The staff leaves behind a quaint, small-town neighborhood for the bustling Dulles Corridor, which has been named one of the fastest growing regions in the country.  The new office consists of 10,166 square feet of office, lab and flex space.  More
Triad Helps Kids With a New Playground
Thanks to tremendous fundraising efforts and generous local businesses, Culloden Elementary (WV) students have a new playground.  The $18,000 playground was installed by Triad and other members of the Contractors Association of West Virginia (CAWV).  Mike Fleck, Jonathan Fowler and Jobe Hope of the St. Albans Field Services Department, and Triad Corporate Safety Manager John Paul White volunteered their time on the behalf of Triad.  The project was especially rewarding for Field Services Manager Jobe Hope, who lives in the Culloden area.  His three children attended the school. 
New Look, Same Values
Since 1975, Triad has grown into a multi-disciplinary regional mid-Atlantic firm with a wealth of resources and technology, while keeping the relationship driven approach of our founders.  Our growth is the result of talented, dedicated employees who listen to the needs of our clients, design practical solutions and deliver results.  For over 35 years, we've made this our trademark.  Literally.

Check us out.  Our look might be different, but our values and principles are unchanged and remain firmly based on the vision of our founders - treat everyone with respect and fairness and always be mindful that our clients, vendors and employees are members of the Triad team.  Call any one of our six locations and let a team member listen, design and deliver your project today! 
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