LITTLETON, Mass., Aug. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Triumph Modular Corporation, the Northeast's premier provider of high quality re-locatable and permanent modular buildings, has announced that Alfred P. Bergin, Jr. (AJ) has joined the company as Site Superintendent. Bergin brings with him more than 20 years of experience managing all aspects of field construction projects across several markets, geographies, building types and materials. His expertise spans routine capital improvement projects to $350M ground-up new construction.
At Triumph Modular, Bergin will be providing coordination and execution of all construction disciplines at the project site, maintaining the project schedule and managing the workforce. Bergin will also implement and maintain the company's safety policy.
For over 10 years, Bergin ran his own construction company specializing in large scale hotel renovations primarily in the New York area. Previously, he served as Construction Operation/Project Executive for Hirsch Construction Corporation, Danvers, Mass., and Project Superintendent/General Superintendent for Shawmut Design and Construction. In these roles, he was responsible for managing all operations, including design build, pre-construction and general contracting at commercial sites.
Mr. Bergin received a degree in Construction Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology and is a licensed Construction Supervisor in both Massachusetts and New York. He is actively involved in the industry by serving as a member the United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America, Local 275.
About Triumph Modular Corporation:
Formed in 1981, Triumph Modular Corporation of Littleton, Massachusetts is a specialty general contractor and trusted source for leasing high quality temporary space and installation of custom permanent commercial modular buildings. We provide all types of building space, from re-locatable to complex multi-story permanent modular buildings. Our buildings are factory built, delivered to site, and resource efficient. Past projects include green classrooms and child care facilities as well as laboratories and professional office space.
Triumph is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (www.usgbc.com), The Collaborative for High Performing Schools (www.chps.org), and the Modular Building Institute (www.modular.org). We are also a proud member of the Modular Building Group (www.modularbuildinggroup.com), a national consortium of similarly sized, regionally focused modular dealers. For more information please visit www.triumphmodular.com
SOURCE Triumph Modular Corporation