Service Manager, Irvine Branch
As the Service Manager of the Irvine branch, Trenton is responsible for profitable operations of the Inland Empire, Orange County, Los Angeles, and South Bay teams, including the training, safety, and operations for 40 mechanics and technicians. Trenton also took on the implementation of a training committee, which encourages safety and further develops the skills of the field technicians and mechanics.
Trenton has over 25 years of mechanical experience and knowledge. Prior to joining the Mesa team, Trenton gained much of his industry expertise while working at Cal-Air/Johnson Controls. Throughout his 10-year tenure, he held positions as Apprentice, Journeyman, Foreman, and Service Manager. As Service Manager, he oversaw 40 mechanics and technicians and achieved one million man-hours without a recordable or lost time safety incident. In 2009, Trenton joined EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems as a Foreman and six years later became a Service Manager.
In 1989, Trenton dedicated seven years to the United States Marine Corps Reserve as the Supply Administrations Clerk. He also served as Platoon Sergeant and was deployed in Operation Desert Storm.
In 1998, Trenton attended the JJATC Training Center in Los Angeles, graduating third in his class. He currently teaches apprentice classes for Local 250 at JJATC and is a CPR/First Aid instructor for the American Red Cross.
The Personal Side
In his free time, Trenton enjoys off-roading and boating. He has been married to his wife for 27 years and together they have two children, both in their twenties.