We are pleased to announce that Rob Cutler, Travis Cote, and Tyler Trombley recently joined ReArch Company.
Rob Cutler joins the team as a carpenter working directly with Superintendents reviewing plans, providing framing oversight, monitoring tool inventory and managing acquisitions. He is skilled at commercial framing and finish carpentry. Most recently, Rob was a carpenter with a local design/build firm where he worked on several high-profile historic renovation projects, including the New Avenue Apartments in St. Johnsbury and the Brooks House in Brattleboro.
Travis Cote joins ReArch as a carpenter. Travis is responsible for general conditions carpentry and demolition, including designing and installing cabinets, shelving, furniture, drywall, and insulation. Travis brings extensive construction experience to ReArch. His carpentry and residential building experience includes custom finish work and cabinetry, flooring and tile installation, painting, and masonry work.
Carpenter Tyler Trombley has over 13 years of industry experience. Upon graduating from Vermont Technical College with a BS in Architectural Engineering Technology, he interned with a local company and continued to advance his career. Most recently, Tyler was a foreman & carpenter with Farrington Construction. He has extensive commercial construction experience, including siding, window and door installation, executing blueprints, creating take-offs, material management, and preparing O&M Manuals.