Trimark’s team is the foundation that makes your project a success. Our team is experienced, loyal, dedicated, and will go above and beyond to ensure that the experience of working with us exceeds your expectations. Meet the leadership team of Trimark.
A New Orleans native, Terri has worked in the commercial real estate and construction industry for over 25 years. In her role as property manager for one of New Orleans’ prominent high-rise office buildings, she negotiated and maintained lease contracts and supervised all interior tenant build-outs. As Project Administrator for Trimark Constructors, LLC for the past twelve years, Terri has worked alongside management to insure all phases of a job are managed and completed per contract requirements and has assisted in the development of project management tools. She also is responsible for the day to day operation of the office including review of all vendor invoices, preparation and execution of owner invoices and all other related contract documents.
Steve has worked in the construction industry for the past 36 years, 25 of which in project management. Steve’s completed projects as a PM span from retail shell development, ground-up restaurants, banks, hotels and most recently working with the Army Corps of Engineers on a 4-year $750 M pump station project. Steve’s attention to detail, communication and budget awareness has served him well in his career.
David Hymel, a New Orleans native, has managed the field operations of Trimark Constructors, LLC (formerly Trison) for the past ten years. With over 35 years of field experience, David has worked up and down the river in industrial plants, civil projects and all types of building construction. As the liaison between the office and building, David is responsible for field personnel, equipment and maintaining budgets and schedules with the field superintendents. David’s hands-on approach provides valued leadership and training for the company.
Sarah D. Lusk
Sarah has been working in the construction industry for 5 years. She has over 15 years’ experience in the Retail & Restaurant Management industries but her love of architecture brought her into the construction field. She excels in multitasking and prioritizing which has helped in the completion of many successful projects. Sarah currently serves as Assistant Project Manager. As Assistant Project Manager, she has put her experience in management, attention to detail, meticulous organizational skills, and problem solving to use.
Andrew W. Ryan
A New Orleans native, Andy has worked in the commercial construction arena for over 4 years. He handles the business development for Trimark on a day to day basis. He has been involved in several real estate developments in the New Orleans area and currently sits on the board of the FSJNA.
William F. Ryan, Esquire
William F. Ryan is a retired U.S. Marine Corps officer and a licensed attorney practicing in Louisiana since 1975. He has served as the Chairman of the Board for the New Federal City in New Orleans, a $150 million development that is home to the Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North.
Mr. Ryan develops real estate and manages other private equity investments. Mr. Ryan has developed several historical properties which have received national and local awards and has owned and managed over a half million square feet of commercial real estate. He manages Trimark Constructors, LLC business operations. He presently sits on the Boards of Loyola University Business School and several other non-profit organizations. Twice he has been selected the SBA Veteran Advocate of the Year.
Mr. Ryan is the recipient of the Silver Star and Navy Commendation “V” for heroism in Vietnam.
Silver Star Medal – May 24, 1969 | Navy Commendation Medal – May 18, 1969
William S. Steinhardt
Mr. Steinhardt has worked in the architecture and construction industry for over 35 years. He is a graduate of Tulane University with a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degree, and has been a member of the Construction Specification Institute, American Institute of Architects and National Trust for Historic Preservation. His experience in both the construction and architect profession makes him a valuable member of the construction team.
His passion for historic renovation started while working on his thesis, “New Immigration Museum”, for Ellis Island, New York, and time spent with the Vieux Carré Commission, a governing body established to protect the most treasured structures in the City of New Orleans.