J.D. University of Georgia
B.A. Architecture - Auburn University
B.S. Building Science - Auburn University
Frank brings a broad range of construction and development experience to Carter, including mixed-use, hospitality and healthcare projects.
Frank joined Carter in 2015 as Vice President in Carter’s Program Management practice. Currently, he is serving as Project Executive for the $220 million City Springs project in Sandy Springs, Georgia. In that regard, Frank is working directly with the City and is focused on the public components of this mixed-use development including a new city hall, a 1,100 seat performing arts center, and a multi-use park over sub-terrainian parking. With experience as an architect, attorney, contractor and owner representative for more than twenty-five years, Frank provides value to his clients in many different areas.
Prior to joining Carter, Frank served in various roles with two multi-national development and construction firms, with work in the United States, Mexico and the United Kingdom. Frank has degrees in Architecture and Building Science from Auburn University and a law degree from the University of Georgia. He currently teaches a masters-level course in Program Management in the School of Building Construction at Georgia Tech.