TRC

Leadership

Christopher P. Vincze

Christopher P. Vincze

Chairman and CEO

"Results you can rely on. This client promise is at the core of everything we do at TRC."

Chris is responsible for driving the strategic development of the Company, and works with the management team to deliver consistent profitable growth and performance excellence in furtherance of our mission to deliver superior solutions to the world’s energy, environmental and infrastructure challenges. Chris joined TRC in 2005 to lead turnaround, integration and rebuilding efforts. Under Chris’s leadership, we have the best team in the business, and are reaching new levels of growth and profitability. In addition to his work at TRC, Chris is also active in a broad array of industry and public-policy activities.

James B.  Stephenson

James B. Stephenson

SVP, Chief Strategy Officer

Jim is responsible for leading and executing the Company’s acquisition and investment strategies, advancing TRC’s operational and financial growth objectives. In addition, Jim directs post-acquisition integration efforts to ensure long-term profitable growth is achieved with each acquisition. Jim also leads the Company’s Real Estate management and the Financial Planning & Analysis team that is responsible for the Company’s annual budget and forecasting efforts, as well as delivering financial and operational analytics.

Prior to joining TRC, Jim was a turnaround professional leading distressed companies in financial and operational restructurings (both in- and out-of-court). Jim joined TRC in 2007 after executing the Company’s financial restructuring effort.

Jim earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from Clark University, and also holds an MBA in International Business & Finance from American University.

Jason S. Greenlaw

Jason S. Greenlaw

Chief Financial Officer

Jason S. Greenlaw brings 20 years of extensive financial, treasury and business experience to his current role as Chief Financial Officer of TRC Companies, Inc. where he oversees the Company’s financial operations and performance.  Jason is responsible for positioning the Company to achieve new levels of growth and profitability, with a focus on the Company’s capital structure, financial reporting, risk management and treasury. A seasoned leader in financial planning and analysis, compliance and mergers and acquisitions, Jason has a proven ability at building and motivating teams, improving financial/operational processes and developing and implementing financial systems.

Jason has held a series of financial leadership roles since joining TRC, including the last ten years as TRC’s Controller, during which he was a key member of the executive management team responsible for TRC’s industry leading growth and shareholder value creation. Prior to joining TRC, Jason held several progressive positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), where he served some of the firm’s most valued clients including United Technologies and CIGNA. Jason earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.

Brenda Reynolds

Brenda Reynolds

Chief People Officer

With more than 25 years of experience in multiple global industrial businesses, Brenda has consistently implemented strategies that improve the positive impact of senior leadership and drive organizational development and growth. In close partnership with TRC’s operating leaders, Brenda leads the Human Resources organization to build TRC’s reputation for excellence and advance the Company’s position as an employer of choice.  Brenda joined TRC in 2016 after a long career at General Electric. As Senior Executive of Human Resources she led a turn-around in GE's $8 billion Gas Power business, and designed a new organizational structure to support business globalization and culture change.  
Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Labor Relations from Cornell University.

Marc Faecher

Marc Faecher

Chief Risk Officer

Marc is responsible for implementing risk management initiatives that directly impact the strategic direction of TRC, including the Company’s insurance program and the complex project selection and oversight process. He also oversees our sustainability and quality programs.

Previously, Marc served as a senior vice president at TRC and was responsible for the Transaction Advisory Services business and implementing the risk reduction strategy for the Company’s portfolio of fixed price environmental projects. In that role, he oversaw the cleanup of more than 100 sites with a remediation value of more than $650 million.

Marc has more than 30 years of legal and technical experience in structuring transactions, risk management, environmental liability transfer, brownfield redevelopment and insurance cost recovery. Prior to joining TRC in 2004, he was a partner at a major law firm, where he handled a variety of regulatory, transactional and litigation matters on behalf of a wide array of corporate and governmental clients. Marc has a BA from Muhlenberg College and earned his J.D. at American University.  

Ryan  Renner

Ryan Renner

Chief Digital Officer

With more than 15 years as an expert in disruptive technologies, Ryan is responsible for developing and executing TRC’s digital strategy. He will spearhead the digitization of TRC’s services and the development of new software solutions and will also lead TRC’s technology services practice.

Formerly a principal at Deloitte Consulting, Ryan served there as the Cognitive Advantage Leader and Strategy & Operations Analytics Leader and was responsible for the development and operation of those market-leading practices.

Ryan attended Michigan State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Supply Chain Management & Accounting and a Master of Science degree in Accounting and Business Information Systems. 

James  Mayer

James Mayer

President, Power Sector

Jim joined TRC in 2003 as a Senior Vice President. Since 2009, he has been responsible for managing TRC’s national Energy Sector. The Energy Sector includes 35% of TRC businesses and is a large-scale Engineering, Project Management and Program Management organization.

In addition to providing leadership and strategic development of the Sector, Jim is active in the development and performance of large EPC projects. Jim participates with members of the Executive Team to formulate and implement a strategy of profitable growth and Sustainability for TRC.

Prior to joining TRC, Jim and four business partners started and developed a successful Engineering and Environmental Services company, providing services to the Electric Power industry in the Northeast region of the United States. This company was merged with TRC in 2003 and -- along with a strong national Energy Efficiency practice -- has grown into what is today TRC’s Energy Sector.

Jim is a Professional Engineer, and a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.

Ed Wiegele

Ed Wiegele

President, Oil and Gas Sector

Ed Wiegele has more than 30 years of experience in pipeline engineering, project management, operations and business development, providing technical services to the pipeline industry.

Ed joined TRC in 2015 as Senior Vice President, Pipeline & Facilities Services Sector Director. In this role, he is responsible for managing TRC’s national Pipeline & Facilities Services Sector, which represents approximately 28% of TRC businesses. The integrated end-to-end solutions provided by Ed’s group to oil-and-gas customers complements TRC’s established environmental front-end solutions to provide customers with a “one-stop-shop” for full life-cycle services.

In addition to providing leadership and setting strategic direction for the Sector, Ed participates with members of the TRC Executive Team to formulate and implement a strategy of profitable growth and Sustainability for TRC as a whole.

Ed also has extensive experience in energy infrastructure development, GIS technologies, integrity management and technology implementation.

Ed earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Iowa State University. Ed participates in many oil-and-gas industry organizations.

Parker Meeks

Parker Meeks

President, Infrastructure Sector

Parker is responsible for the overall leadership of TRC’s Infrastructure Sector, with a focus on strategic growth, customer acquisition and business development. He brings deep expertise in designing and executing strategic growth programs across a range of design/construction firms and driving industry-leading project delivery across a diverse portfolio of projects that ranged up to $10 billion in value.

Parker joined TRC in 2018 from McKinsey & Company, where he was a founding member of its Capital Productivity and Infrastructure practice, which served public and private sector clients across infrastructure, energy and industrials. He advised leading national and global design/construction firms on transformational growth and new market entry strategies. Parker also led the creation of innovative solutions in project and risk management, cloud-based data management and collaborative project commercial structures and delivery models, including public/private partnerships.

Parker holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and an MBA from Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Management. 

Mark Robbins

Mark Robbins

Acting President, Environmental Sector

Mark joined TRC in 1999 and has served in a number of leadership roles. Before being named acting president of TRC’s Environmental Sector, Mark was senior vice president of TRC’s national Engineering, Construction and Remediation Practice. He has 30 years in the engineering and environmental consulting business and extensive experience developing and running multi-discipline engineering/environmental evaluations, design projects, and construction management work for clients in both the public and private sector.

Mark’s creativity and strategic mindset have influenced many positive changes made within the Environmental Sector. He is a regular speaker at TRC’s Excellence in Project Management seminars and has co-authored many of the company’s internal processes in the pursuit of making the lives of project managers easier and more productive.

Prior to joining TRC, Mark spent 10 years at Radian International in Austin, advancing from engineer to group manager. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University.