Concatenated column output in 2 different ways depending on criteria as outlined

I would like Column G to concatenate different columns, including a specific string within one column, based on various criteria outlined below:

If D = "CAD" or "TREP", AND H = "VOL 1, then Column G to concatenate as follows:
G = B + D + C [first word after closing bracket OR first second word in string if no closing bracket] + F
Otherwise, Column G to concatenate as follows:
G = B + D + E + F

Format of output in Column G:
Dashes, but no spaces, between each value (as shown in attached spreadsheet example).

Thanks!
Andrea
Sample-Concatenation-Result.xlsm
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
You know the old saying:  "Be careful what you ask for; you just might get it."  

Here's the formula:
=IF(AND(H2="VOL 1",OR(D2="CAD",D2="TREP")),B2&"-"&D2&"-"&LEFT(TRIM(IF(FIND(")",C2)<>LEN(C2),MID(C2,FIND(")",C2)+1,100),MID(C2,FIND(" ",C2)+1,100))),FIND(" ",TRIM(IF(FIND(")",C2)<>LEN(C2),MID(C2,FIND(")",C2)+1,100),MID(C2,FIND(" ",C2)+1,100))))-1)&IF(F2<>"","-"&F2,""),B2&"-"&D2&"-"&E2&F2)

Example workbook attached.

-Glenn
EE-Sample-Concat-Result.xlsx
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AndreamaryAuthor Commented:
Wow...very cool!! Thanks so much, Glenn. :-)
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