The Triumph Modular team of executives is comprised of a winning blend of expertise and when combined their experience in the modular industry exceeds 80 years.

Cliff Cort, Principal, CEO |

Twenty five years industry experience. A pioneer in LEED level, green portable classrooms. At forefront of advancements in modular technology and engineering, producing examples of the industry’s most innovative projects.  Exec Ed Program – Harvard Business School, Chairman of the Board for The Webb Innovation Center for Dyslexia, Board of Trustees for the Modular Building Institute Educational Foundation.

Glenn Cort, Principal, Executive Vice President  |

Glenn left a legal career (Boston University Law ’90) for Triumph in 2003.  A LEED AP, (USGBC) he works with clients primarily in pre-construction to form healthy foundations for successful projects. Glenn has experience in defining the value proposition in prefabricated forms of construction, believing in the many benefits of “activation space” and “swing space” as well in the “modularization” of permanent building construction. He maintains an active curriculum in LEAN construction practices, architecture and building science, and guides both divisions of Triumph on its Lean Journey to perpetual improvement and excellence.

Gregg B. Kelly, Vice President, Finance and Administration  |

A 40 year industry veteran who has served as past President of American Modular, CEO and President of Arthur Industries, CT and past Board Member of the Modular Building Institute.  Gregg has deep experience covering all phases of temporary and permanent modular manufacturing and construction, design and estimating, project management and site construction. With this vast spectrum of knowledge and overall perspective, Gregg is a natural fit to lead Triumph’s Finance Department.

A.J. Bergin, Director of Construction Services  |

A.J. has more than 20 years of experience managing all aspects of field construction projects across several industries, geographies, building types and materials. His expertise spans from routine capital improvement projects to $350M ground-up new construction. Previously, he served as Construction Operation/Project Executive for Hirsch Construction Corporation, Danvers, Mass., and Project Superintendent/General Superintendent for Shawmut Design and Construction. AJ has a degree in Construction Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology and is a licensed Construction Supervisor in both Massachusetts and New York.