Executive leadership

RICHARD GARTNER

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PRESIDENT


As President of Trinity Commercial, Richard oversees all functional areas of the business.  Over the past 20 years, Richard has worked his way from superintendent and project manager to executive leadership and ownership.  Richard is a proven leader, accessible and engaged in the business.  



Richard graduated from Baylor University in 1999 with a BBA in Economics.  He and his wife, Lorrain, have one daughter, Kaitlynn, and they live in Lantana.  

PATRICK DOAK

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DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING


Patrick joined Trinity in early 2019 to lead the business development and marketing teams.  He brings 18 years of experience in retail and restaurant construction, branding, and marketing. Patrick is a spirited leader who fearlessly drives the Business Development and Marketing process forward.


Patrick graduated from Rockhurst University in 2001 with BAs in both Political Science and History.  He has three boys, Jack, Colt & Luke, and they live in Carrollton.

JASON SHAW

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DIRECTOR OF PRE-CONSTRUCTION & ESTIMATING  


Jason joined Trinity in late 2019 to lead the pre-construction and estimating teams.  Jason brings 22 years of experience in pre-construction and estimating, ranging in project type from retail and restaurant to office interiors and light industrial.  Jason is eager and thorough in his approach, and he’s passionate about being part of the Trinity team.  


Jason graduated from Purdue University in 1997 with a BS in Construction Management.  He and his wife, Megan, live in Ft. Worth.  

BILL SCHNOOR

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DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS


  Bill leads all of Trinity’s construction and field operations as well as the company safety program.  He is constantly working to learn, grow and be better than yesterday.  Bill is an engaged leader, always working to communicate clearly and drive process into the organization.  





Bill began his career in the United States Marine Corps, where he served on active duty for six years.  In the Marine Corps, Bill learned process, organization and leadership.  After Bill left the Marine Corps, he started his second career in the construction industry.  Bill has found success applying the lessons learned in the Marines, carrying them over to construction, where he works to apply them and teach them to the next generation of leaders.