New York, NY, January 27, 2016, Jeffrey Lewis, Co-owner of Trinity Develop Group LLC, was recently named a VIP member of Worldwide Branding. This special distinction honors individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to achieving personal and professional success.
Mr. Lewis has 27 years of experience as owner of J&L Carpentry General Contractors, with experience as Vice President and director of construction and development for past companies. His areas of expertise include design development and implementation, as well as construction scheduling, estimating, and management. Mr. Lewis is tasked with a vast knowledge of building land and property acquisition, working with municipalities, reviewing contracts, liaising with architects and engineers, and overseeing conceptual design. Trinity Development Group is a General Contracting company along with a full-service construction management company.
Mr. Lewis founded J&L in 1985, and has shared his expertise with many companies as a consultant over many years. In addition, for the last six years, Mr. Lewis has been teaching construction scheduling, estimating, and management for continuing education students at Bergen Community College. He does private presentations for companies that need training and coaching for their staffs.
Mr. Lewis attributes his many years of professional success to loving his work. He has a real desire to give back, assisting the underserved and less fortunate. Mr. Lewis also credits his organizational skills and ability to multitask, simultaneously handling disparate and diverse projects. Based on his 25 years in the construction management industry, Mr. Lewis was was recruited by United Way to head the newly formed division.
In 2017, Jeff Lewis founded Trinity Development Group alongside Mike Mimmo.
Mr. Lewis studied Construction Management at Bergen Community College. He is continuously furthering his education by taking courses on the newest developments in his field, and applies that knowledge as a board member of multiple municipal planning and zoning authorities. In the coming years, he intends to broaden the scope of the project for the United Way, as well as continue to teach and consult.