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TRENT
rehfeldt
[MARKET EXECUTIVE]

Each one of us can make a difference. Together we can make a change.

Shape the Future

We can redefine the future of the built environment through engagement and care of those around us. As we progress in our careers, it’s less about technical strengths and more about how we lift others and support their personal and professional growth. We lead from the front by creating realistic, believable expectations and genuinely showing up for our teams. The only limit to our impact is our imagination and level of commitment – never underestimate the influence you may have on someone’s day and life.

Create a Meaningful Experience

I am passionate about the project experience and what that looks like for our teams and customers. We listen to truly understand the problem and provide tailored solutions to establish trust and build confidence. By transitioning from reactive to proactive relationships, we can think ahead, get in front of the problem, and quickly provide solutions that support the goals of our personal and professional partnerships.

Think without Fear

Our team embraces a shared purpose and sense of belonging. It’s a powerful feeling to work in an environment that allows us to put the fear of failure aside, show up authentically, and be the best version of ourselves. When we invest in emotional personal connections, not just customer satisfaction, we create high-performing teams that feel supported. My proudest moments are when our teams come together, face the fear, and walk away wanting to work together again.

PERSONAL PASSIONS

There is nothing more fulfilling to me than my family. I am a proud father to Conner, Caden, and Camryn and married to my high school sweetheart, Lisa. I am honored to be a third-generation builder in the Portland and SW Washington area. My grandpa was a union carpenter, and my father was a union carpenter turned business owner. The person I am today was shaped by the summers I spent working with them on job sites and my first real job in construction after college.


INTERESTS

  • Portland Timbers (RCTID)
  • Golf
  • Woodworking
  • Boating
  • Time with family

HOME STATE
Washington

INDUSTRY TENURE
21 years

Boards and Memberships

Epilepsy Foundation of Oregon

Board Member
As a parent of a son with Epilepsy, I am a proud supporter of the Epilepsy Foundation of Oregon. As a board member, I strive every day to overcome the stigmas related to Epilepsy and support an organization whose mission is to accelerate therapies to stop seizures and find cures.

 

Oregon Society of Health Care Engineering (OSHE)

Member

 

AIA’s Pacific Northwest Architecture for Health Committee

Former Board Member

 

Southwest Washington Contractors Association

Former President

Volunteerism

American Heart Association – Oregon & SW Washington

Working to create a world free of heart disease and stroke where everyone can live their healthiest life. 

 

PBDG Foundation

A non-profit that proactively supports, mentors, and provides access to resources for marginalized and underrepresented business owners in the construction trade.

 

ACE Mentor Program of Oregon

An after-school initiative that connects Portland area, high-school students to careers in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering.

 

Education

Arizona State University

B.S., Urban Planning