Construction Manager Emeritus
Throughout his 40+ years as a Construction Superintendent and Project Manager for home builders in New York and North Carolina, Alan Brock figures he’s built more than 1,500 homes. With that type of track record, you can bet he knows his way around a work site. He’s seen it all. . . done it all . . . and enjoyed every moment of it! In September 2020, Alan Brock retired from Trusst Builder Group after 25 years of service. He was – and continues to be – a beloved member of the Trusst family.
Alan was born and raised in Long Island, NY and moved to Wilmington in 1995 after his wife read an article touting Wilmington as one of the nation’s top 50 communities to raise a family. Soon after arriving in the Port City, Alan joined Trusst Builder Group.
Alan has seen many changes in the building industry over the years, but one thing has never wavered – his commitment to building quality homes. As construction manager, Alan managed the entire construction process of a Trusst home, from start to finish. And the best part of his job? Having satisfied customers.
“Not everyone gets the opportunity to do what they love and what they’re good at every day. I got that opportunity and it was very rewarding. And I also got to work with some great guys on the Trusst team and on our job sites. They were like friends to me and I’ll miss that.”
Alan and his wife Amy recently sold their home in Leland (a Trusst home that Alan built) and along with their dog Savannah, are headed to their mountain home in Sparta, NC for their next adventure! The plan is to renovate the home from top to bottom, hunt, fish, travel and ride motorcycles. Once the renovation is complete, they’ll sell that home and see where the wind takes them next. He says that may even try the RV thing for a while.
One thing they plan to do a lot of is travel around the country to visit friends and family. Alan and Amy have a daughter and two granddaughters who live in the Outer Banks and another daughter who lives in Israel. Alan is a graduate of the State University of New York at Oswego with a degree in anthropology.
No matter where retirement takes Alan, one thing is for sure – he will not be idle! He leaves an incredible legacy behind at Trusst Builder Group and will be forever honored as Construction Manager Emeritus. While everyone wishes Alan a very happy and well-deserved retirement, he will be sorely missed and never forgotten.