Lowell, Mass. – July 18, 2016 – TRC Companies, Inc., a recognized leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction-management services, announced today that Brenda Reynolds has joined as Vice President of Human Resources. In this role, she will lead TRC’s HR organization to advance TRC’s position as the employer of choice in the engineering and construction industry.
“As a human resource executive with more than 25 years of experience in multiple global industrial businesses, Brenda brings a new level of expertise to our team, and a seasoned perspective into the industries we serve,” said Chris Vincze, TRC’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Brenda has demonstrated a deep understanding of the markets we serve, and has consistently implemented strategies to improve the positive impact of senior leadership, especially with regard to organizational development and growth positioning. She will partner with our operating leaders to create an exciting platform for expanding our business. We look forward to her contributions toward our goals of profitable growth and performance excellence.”
Prior to joining TRC, Reynolds worked at General Electric (GE) for 26 years, most recently serving as the Senior Executive of Human Resources, where she led the function for an $8 billion global business with more than 11,000 employees. Working with the CEO and CFO, Reynolds led a turn-around in GE's Gas Power business and designed a new organizational structure to support business globalization and culture change. As a business partner, she successfully coached executives and project managers to improve leadership impact.
“TRC’s track record is unsurpassed, with a consistent dedication to client service, growth opportunities and a staff known throughout the industry for their expertise in each of their key market sectors,” said Reynolds. “I look forward to applying my experience and perspective to help TRC continue to build its reputation for excellence.”
Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Labor Relations from Cornell University.