Trent Hauber is the General Superintendent for Southern California. Trent has been on construction sites since a very young age, following in the footsteps of his father who came up through the trades to eventually become a construction executive before retiring. Passionate about building, he has built nearly $500MM in project value in his 20 years of experience. With an emphasis on high-density multifamily and mixed-use construction, he is exceptionally proficient in both podium and wrap product types. These projects include: The Royce (Irvine), The Linden / The Alamitos / The Pacific (Long Beach), Beach & Ocean (Huntington Beach) and Pinnacle at Sierra Madre with the historical Stuart Building (Pasadena). Trent knew he did not want his contracting experience to be limited to one market sector so while finishing his Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Management at CSU Long Beach (at night and with new born twin boys at home) he joined one of the oldest contactors in California to gain knowledge in commercial and institutional construction. Most notable was the Cal Poly Pomona, College of Business Administration Complex. Located at the heart of the campus and adjacent to the University’s historic rose garden, the 75,000 SF complex is comprised of three buildings and a central courtyard. The classrooms and auditoriums offer the latest technical advancements in teaching and research. Trent is highly skilled in pre-construction planning, plan conflict coordination, appropriate valued engineering, project planning / scheduling and site logistics. Understanding how to accurately buy out, coordinate and work with subcontractors has allowed Trent to form strong relationships with key trade partners.

Married to his high school sweetheart Crystal, Trent is a devoted family man. Throughout their 23 years together they have traveled, explored the outdoors, and become parents to their twin boys. In his free time, Trent is an avid off-roadracer and loves spending time with his family in the dirt, camping, fishing, hiking and relaxing around the camp fire.