With more than 15 years of restoration, reconstruction and consulting experience, Trey Quelette’s wide-ranging skill set and advanced understanding of unusual situations allows him to visualize and understand problems from multiple perspectives within the industry. This unique combination allows him to provide greater insight into loss resolution and provides the insurance industry with a higher level of scoping, estimating and investigation of property losses.
During the 2005 and 2008 hurricane seasons, Trey consulted on numerous large-scale losses in the Florida, Louisiana and Texas areas. In addition to hurricane related losses, he has handled challenging assignments related to fire, hail, tornadoes, etc. in the Midwest, Southern and Eastern portions of the United States. Trey has assisted the insurance industry with preparation of property damage estimates, scopes of loss and project schedules for various types of losses of varying sizes, determination of means, methods and cost of repair, cost of work estimations and determination of replacement and actual cash value.
Prior to joining J.S. Held in 2005, Trey worked as a project manager and cost estimator for various construction companies in the Columbus, Ohio area. His responsibilities included the deployment and supervision of laborers, daily operations management and cost estimating.