As one of the founding members of Triton Construction, Frank presently holds the position of Co-Chief Executive Officer. A graduate of New York Technology, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. With nearly 30 years in the construction industry, Frank has a vast knowledge of diverse and complex construction projects. After graduating in 1988, Frank joined the Slattery/Skanska construction company as an estimator. He later became a field engineer on the $17 Million MTA Jamaica Car Barn and later was promoted to project engineer on the $80 Million Wards Island Waste Water Treatment Dewatering Facility. Frank became the project manager for the $10 Million HVAC upgrade project at six various buildings on the Brooklyn College Campus.
Frank joined Turner Construction in 1996 as the project manager for the Hampton Bays Union Free School District $12 Million additions and expansion project. Frank was promoted to Senior Project Manager overseeing the Longwood Central School District $33 Million renovation project as well as the $6 Million East Quogue UFSD expansion project. Frank was again promoted to Unit Manager of Construction for Turner's Educational Facilities Division on Long Island. After a successful completion to the Longwood CSD-Phase I renovation project, he was responsible for the oversight and management, Pre-Construction and Construction of the $107 Million additions and expansion project to 11 separate school buildings which consisted of 500,000 square feet at the Longwood Central School-Phase II Project.
Frank specializes in Wick's Law construction. He has experience in risk analysis, contract administration, project management as well scheduling, budgeting, change order control, construction oversight and is in charge of Triton's employee training program.
In 2002, Mr. Reich became a founding partner in Triton Construction, where he currently serves as Co-Chief Executive Officer and oversees the field operations of the Construction Management and General Construction divisions of the company. Triton clients also benefit from Frank’s specialization in mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems. It is because of this prized and critical skill set that Frank also acts as Triton’s MEP specialist, a role crucial to the success of many projects. In addition to a variety of institutional projects, Mr. Reich provided construction operations management for a significant number of High Density Residential/High Rise/”At-Risk” projects, including the Venetian Condominiums and 607 Hudson Street.