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Bryan Walker Joins Triangle’s Growing National Team As Director of Facility Services

Triangle Sign Services welcomes Bryan Walker as its new Director of Facility Services. This new position is aimed to grow and support Triangle’s national service and maintenance program, which specializes in signage, lighting, and electrical repairs, retrofits, and upgrades, including 365-day, 24/7 emergency service and scheduled maintenance.

Bryan is a 30-year veteran of facility management for multi-site retail properties, energy, construction, and real estate. Bryan’s earlier career saw him maintaining client-side projects, and in 2016, he transitioned to business solutions assisting multi-site operators achieve energy and cost saving goals, implement smart building management solutions, and ventilation compliance verifications. With an extensive background in facilities management, Bryan brings a unique perspective to facility solutions, providing a wealth of insight into lighting, repairing, and maintaining businesses’ brick-and-mortar locations.

Bryan is a long-time member of ConnexFM (formerly the Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association), having served on the Board of Directors and as President/Chair of the board for 2015-16. Currently, Bryan serves as Chair of the Connex Foundation Scholars Committee, which awards annual scholarships to deserving individuals pursuing careers in the skilled trades, construction, and facilities management.

As a graduate of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Bryan supports TCU athletics and serves as a mentor for TCU MBA students and graduates. With a passion for travel, he spends much of his available time in Europe, building a network of friends and colleagues across North America and the EU.

Triangle is thrilled to have Bryan join our team, bringing in his diverse experience and energy to our national service program.


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