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Founder, Owner & President

After the retirement of his former employer, Brian Frank founded KeyWay Corp. in 1998 and remains Owner and President to this day, applying nearly 40 years of experience in general contracting, construction management and property management of large scale multifamily apartment (and similar construction) projects; including affordable housing, senior housing, assisted living, memory care, light commercial facilities, condominiums, motels, re-siding, repair work, large scale remodeling and a few custom homes throughout several western states.  Brian grew up in the construction trades and has hands-on, practical knowledge and experience in all phases of the construction process.  One of his great strengths is attention to details.

1998 to Present: KeyWay Corp.: 

Founder, Co-Owner and President.  Brian oversees all operations of the general contracting activities of the company; including the estimating, bidding, presentation, scheduling, personnel, project  management, with an emphasis on the field personnel and execution of dozens of large scale multifamily apartment projects, senior housing, assisted living & memory care facilities, light commercial projects, tenant improvements, large scale interior & exterior renovations and miscellaneous repair projects.


1982 to1997: Keyway National Corporation: 

Vice President.  Responsible for project development, project management, general contracting, construction management and field execution for new construction of numerous large scale multifamily apartment projects (2,700+ units), several motels and single family residences in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California.


1980 to 1982: CTL Property Management:

Area Manager.  Responsible for income management, maintenance and all operations of over 1400 multifamily apartment units in Washington State.


1977 to 1980: Robert Randall Company: 

Construction Superintendent.  On-site Construction management of several large scale multifamily apartment projects in Washington and Oregon.


1974 to 1977 Highline College: 

Seattle, Washington; Engineering major.

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