Privately held Triten Corporation is led by experienced executives who are officers in the company and by its trustees.
Mr. Arnoldy has been with the company since 1972. The only son of the company founder, he began as a salesman, later became a sales manager and then progressed to division manager for the Overlay Products group in 1977. He was promoted to president of the parent company in 1981, chief executive officer in 1990 and chairman of the board in 2001. In 1995, he co-founded the International Alliance Group (IAG), the largest operating subsidiary of Triten Corporation.
Scott joined Triten in 2014. As President and COO, he directs the overall strategic direction of the company by assisting with corporate development, management oversight, and M&A, with an emphasis toward its real estate platform. Since joining the company, the firm has acquired or is developing over $150M of real assets. Additionally, Scott has been involved in shaping the strategic framework for Triten’s EPC subsidiary, IAG, a global engineering and project management company focused on hydrocarbon processing plants. Since its start in 1996, IAG has executed over 200 projects totaling over $3B total installed cost. Prior to Triten, Scott was a Vice President with Stockbridge Capital, a San Francisco private equity firm focused on opportunistic investments and distressed workouts. From 2010, until leaving in late 2014, he directly sourced, executed and managed over $600 million in assets across a variety of strategies, including core & repositionings. Prior to Stockbridge, Scott worked in Dallas at Goldman Sachs (Whitehall/REPIA funds) where he worked on over $4 billion of new acquisitions. Scott graduated with a bachelors in Finance and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Accounting from Texas Christian University.
Since 1999, Mr. Amonett has led Champion Technologies, a nearly $1B Houston-based provider of specialty chemicals and related services to the international oilfield production and processing sector. After beginning his career as a lawyer with the Fulbright and Jaworski law firm in Houston, he served as president of Houston Oilfields (1982-1986) and Reunion Resources (1992-1996), interim president of Weatherford Enterra (1996-1997) and as the CEO of ARS (American Residential Services), a group of residential services companies (1997-1999). Mr. Amonett has served on the Triten board since September 2006, and is the head of the compensation committee.
Mr. Tutcher has been President & Chair of the Board of Trustees of Center Coast MLP & Infrastructure Fund since 2013. Since its inception in 2007, Mr. Tutcher has also been a Principal in Center Coast Capital Advisors L.P. (investment advisor). He was the Group Vice President, Transportation South of Enbridge, as well as President of Enbridge Energy Company, Inc. (general partner of Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P. and an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Enbridge) and Enbridge Energy Management, L.L.C. (public management company in which Enbridge holds 100% of the unlisted voting shares) from May 2001 until retirement on May 1, 2006. From 1992 to May 2001, he was the Chair of the Board of Directors, President & Chief Executive Officer of Midcoast Energy Resources, Inc. Mr. Tutcher holds a BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) from Washburn University.