Recent Work Archives - Trehel


On November 6, 2020, Gateway hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate their new facility to founding director Phil Emory and Nancy Stewart Emory. Other notable attendees included Greenville Mayor Knox White, Martha Spinks, and Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette.


As the restaurant and hospitality industry adapts to the pandemic's ever-changing landscape, the Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center is a new beacon of hope for students with dreams of entering the culinary workforce. A wide variety of classes, training programs, and many learning opportunities exist to fit almost any schedule and career path.


Just in time to welcome the new year, in December we relocated our corporate office to 914 Pendleton Street, Suite 200, Greenville, SC. Trehel provided construction services for the new 36,000 square-foot mixed-use building that will serve as the new headquarters for Trehel and the marketing agency Cargo with additional space for multiple tenants.


Greenville ARP Church has been serving the Greenville community and its members for more than 100 years. The church was first established in 1914 by a small group of dedicated individuals and later relocated to the current Cleveland street location in 1960 as the membership grew over the years. Every worship facility has a life-cycle, and eventually, there comes a time when renovations and code upgrades are required to serve the needs of church members and enhance the worship experience.