Curtis Trenkelbach has learned the industry from the ground up. He grew up in the construction industry and attended Texas A & M University from which he graduated with a Building Construction degree. Upon graduation, he launched his construction career as a field superintendent. After a few years he was quickly promoted to Estimator and then onto Project Manager. In the late 80’s, he was chosen to relocate to Charlotte to open a new Regional Office that covered North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
In 1990, with a reputation of integrity, knowledge, and innovative solutions, Curtis founded InterCon. Its goal was to construct a product of superior quality, on schedule, at a very competitive cost, and to provide clients with a level of service that far exceeds expectations. Since then, Curtis has passed on that same philosophy to a company-wide team of very capable professionals who have successfully completed over one hundred commercial and industrial buildings, including on numerous occasions, complete business parks in Charlotte and the surrounding area.
In addition to his corporate responsibilities, he also believes strongly in supporting and contributing to the Charlotte community. He has served as a board member of the Charlotte Symphony, NAIOP, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Post-Construction Storm Water Ordinance-Stakeholder’s Group, and the Boy Scout Troop 17 Committee. He also served as Chairman on the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Business First Business Retention Committee. His particular focus is on children’s charities, spending time on future generations, as evident by his time serving as a board member for The John Crosland School (formerly Dore Academy) – a college preparatory school devoted to the education of students with learning disabilities and ADHD – and for the Charlotte Wine & Food Weekend – a fund-raising event that benefits five local charities for children in need.