We’re pleased to announce that the 2015 Gilmore Way Award goes to Trever Kregg based on his overall dedication to project management and Gilmore Construction.
“The professional growth that has been exhibited in the past year is phenomenal,” the award certificate reads. “Based on his exemplary performance, his willingness to take on several projects simultaneously, his eagerness and tenacity to become one of Gilmore’s top managers, he deserves this award.”
Kregg has helped Gilmore stay ahead of the game technologically and maintain high standards. He is a project manager on some of the firm’s most important current projects, such as the RTD Florida Station and UC Health Carbon Valley facility. He has also overseen other vital Gilmore projects, such as the Stapleton Public Library, St. Stephen Baptist Church and DIA Tangent Retaining Wall.
Kregg has been working for Gilmore since 2012. Before that he interned with Adolfson & Peterson Construction in 2011. He has a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.