Triune’s senior leadership brings a total of 150 years of construction experience, which guides our company’s day-to-day practices. Their in-depth skills and knowledge are foundational to the execution and completion of every project.

Vince Fudzie, MBA, CPA 

Vince brings a wealth of analytical, development and management skills to oversee Triune. His vast experience in the construction industry began in 1988 as a business assurance consultant with Deloitte & Touche’s Real Estate Construction Group. Soon after earning a Master’s in Business Administration from one of the world’s leading business schools, Vince was hired as a consultant in the business turnaround unit of Price Waterhouse-Coopers (PWC). At PWC, Vince was responsible for developing and analyzing complex operational reconstruction plans, business plans and the final projection of commercial and residential construction firms in distress.

A decade later, Vince set out on his own with a vision to oversee a company that would incorporate the best practices of the multitude of clients he had served over the years. He was determined that Triune would not be your typical run-of-the-mill firm. Instead, it would be a company based on a Relationship Oriented Approach (ROA©) to construction, which would result in exceptional customer satisfaction while maximizing value for all.

Vince holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Washington, and is a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor (CIRA)

Ray Quintana, MBA, EE 
COO/Corporate Development

Ray brings to Triune an extensive knowledge of business strategy and structure, market strategy and new channel creation, finance strategy and funding, technology strategy, product development, process creation and operational execution. Prior to joining Triune, Ray served as Director of Strategic Finance at Bosch Telecom, a 6 billion dollar division of Robert Bosch Corporation, where he executed large-scale network construction build-outs. At Bosch, Ray also worked to build the company’s network capabilities through acquisition and partnerships. He spent many years working with all the major players in the telecom industry including Lucent Technologies, Alcatel Telecom, Ericsson, Newbridge Networks, Northern Telecom, Mitsubishi International, AT&T and Sprint. In 1996, Texas Instruments hired Ray to work on its divestiture of all non-core businesses, including defense and communications.

Ray has served as a CGMS Fellow at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he earned a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Corporate Strategy. He also holds a BS in Mathematics with an emphasis in Statistics and Statistical Analysis from the University of Texas at Arlington as well as a degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego where he studied Solid State and Semi-Conductor Physics.

Traver Hill 
Vice President Operations

As Vice President of Operations at Triune, Traver Hill manages systems, staff, site managers and project superintendents. He brings over 20 years of distinguished experience, serving as operational manager for Citibank and Wells Fargo.

In addition to work within the corporate sector, Traver’s experience Includes providing contingency response services to government agencies tasked with primary response and crisis mitigation. He specializes in managing emergency construction projects and humanitarian relief efforts at remote and hazardous locations. His ability to perform and function within adverse conditions is a testament to the valuable talent he brings to each project he manages. Traver possesses the innate ability to build rapport quickly with both private and public project owners while fielding a solid team of professionals to facilitate each project.

Traver further oversees Triune’s Modular Project Management Group. This group is responsible for P & L oversight, planning to completion project management and employee-sub contractor interface. His leadership contributes to the overall success of projects within both Commercial and Federal sectors.  Traver is a graduate of the University of California, Hayward with a degree in Business Administration.

Executive Advisory Committee Profiles 

The executive advisory committee functions as an ad hoc committee to executive management.  In no case does any member of this committee have binding decision-making authority for the company.

Gerald Gray, PhD

Dr. Gray has served as Senior Research Officer for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he directed the mergers and acquisitions program. As Sr. Vice President of Bank of America, Dr. Gray was responsible for loan investments in emerging markets. He is currently CEO of the Troy Company, a Seattle-based middle market petroleum company operating in 32 states. He has also been the principle investor in middle market companies like Duncan & Sons, Becker Inc., Pan American Steel, and the Troy Company. Dr. Gray received his PhD in Finance from Northwestern University, his MBA from the University of California and a B.A. in Civil Engineering from the University of San Diego.

Henry Adley, CPA

Henry Adley has more than 35 years of accounting and finance experience, including service as Project Director on SBA Sale #5, involving over 30,000 secured and unsecured real estate loans.  As a founding partner, he managed the Williams, Adley & Company’s Washington, DC office, acting as primary liaison with the Department of Housing and Urban Development and supervising due diligence and financial advisory services for large, task order contracts.

Joan E. Gosier, MBA, ePro

Joan Gosier is a leader in the real estate industry, having founded and developed the Ft. Lauderdale (FL) MAP Team (Marketing, Advertising and Promotion), which implements new training for independent contractors.  Gosier has also been elected to the elite President’s Council by the Keyes Company.  She served for 11 years with Eli Lilly at the Indianapolis headquarters as a corporate manager and in liaison with senior executives, including the CEO.  She has also consulted for the South African government, Deloitte and Touche Consulting, SC Johnson Wax and Xerox. She has an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BS from Hampton University.

Guillermo Rubio, MBA

Guillermo Rubio is an engineering and business consultant involved in nuclear reactor operations, reactor design, and business and finance strategy.  He holds advanced degrees in nuclear engineering, and has served as a reactor technical and safety engineer in addition to researching new reactor designs and authoring plant safety and disaster plans. After earning his MBA from Michigan, Rubio has been consulting Fortune 100 companies in business and intellectual property strategies, including product development, licensing and negotiation. He also leads the development, licensing and strategic planning for a world-leading medical device company, as well as evaluating mergers & acquisitions, strategic alliances and licensing opportunities.