As general superintendent, Frank helps clients obtain the electrical systems solutions they need to meet today’s complex requirements for power, energy efficiency, and performance. Responsible for both Forest Electric and Forest Datacom projects, he and his team of assistant superintendents maintain communication with clients, assist with proposal and estimate development, handle manpower planning and sourcing, and oversee site safety and project quality. He also acts as the interface between the company’s management and the unions, helping to ensure sound ongoing working relations. The result is projects completed consistently on time and on budget with maximum client satisfaction.
Frank began his career in the industry in 1979. After serving his apprenticeship through IBEW Local #3, he held positions as a journeyman with JWP, and as a general foreman with Williams Company and Bell South. He joined Forest as a journeyman in 1992, working his way up to become foreman and later, assistant superintendent, before taking his current position.
In addition to his apprenticeship, he holds an associate degree in labor studies from The College of Labor Studies. He is also certified to work on datacomm, telecomm, central office switching, and DC power.
The Personal Side
Married and the father of one son, Frank enjoys boating, attending his son’s sporting events and spending time with his family.