Trevor Templeton

Trevor Templeton is currently the project manager for our design and build division and a valuable member of our administrative team.

Trevor’s job involves walking our clients through the process of transforming their property. One attribute that sets CLC above the rest is our strict attention to detail in making our projects perfect. Trevor’s eye for detail makes him a great fit to make sure our clients’ expectations are not just met, but exceeded.

Trevor started out at CLC as a “rake operator” when he was 12 years old. Trevor has both level I and level II ICPI certifications, a Virginia license as a pesticide applicator, an associate’s degree in business management and a bachelor’s degree from Lynchburg College in accounting and information systems.


  • Mary McCarthy
    “Dear Chris – I want to let you know how happy I am with my new backyard. It is better than I expected it would be and was by far the smoothest home improvement project I have ever completed. (The crew) was incredibly professional and paid attention to every detail of the project. I am very confident in their workmanship and was amazed by how hard they worked during what was extreme heat. Thank you again for a great job. We’ll enjoy our backyard for a long time.”
    Mary McCarthy
  • Mary Jane Dolan
    “Trevor – Thank you for your amazing work restoring my pavers. The driveway looks great – as good as new. After all of the rain we had the last few days – the bottom of the driveway held up – no water! Great job! – Mary Jane Dolan”
    Mary Jane Dolan
  • “We have used Chris and his team for several projects ranging from complete landscape – retaining walls, paver patios, sod, and plantings – to smaller projects in between, and have loved them all!”
    Dr. Gregory & Ms. Sharlene Toone
  • “Dear CLC, Inc. We are enjoying our new patio immensely! Glenn and the crew did a great job, giving attention to detail, and very willing to explain how the job would progress. I was pleased with your diligent efforts and professionalism for a job well done. Thanks again,”
    Debbie Hobbs