Kevin Frankel

Co-President, Principal
MBA, CGP

Kevin’s positive attitude and infectious drive inspire a fresh outlook on Houston custom home building and company growth. Kevin’s keen eye for new projects, smart investments and economic trends continue to position Frankel Building Group ahead of the curve.

As Co-President, Principal at Frankel Building Group, Kevin heads up acquisitions, sales and financial modeling for the company.

A licensed broker, Kevin is a longtime Board Member of the Greater Houston Builder’s Association (GHBA), where he has served as President (2015) and as Chairman of the Custom Builder’s Council (2010). Through the organization, Kevin is actively involved in HomeAid Houston, a non-profit that builds new lives for homeless families, children and veterans through housing and community outreach. In 2013, Kevin was recognized as one of Professional Builder magazine’s “40 Under 40,” a listing that selects the top under-40 professionals in the residential construction industry. He has also been recognized as a recipient of the Texas Association of Builders 2015 Excellence under 45 Award, and as the Greater Houston Builders Association Green Advocate of the Year in 2012.

 

In 2001 Kevin graduated from Washington University in St. Louis to attend the University of Houston where he received his MBA. In 2006, after working in commercial real estate for three years, Kevin joined Frankel Building Group. He loves working daily with his father and brother and spending time with his wife and three children.

Kevin is a Region D finalist for the 2016 National Association of Home Builders Young Professional award! It is truly an honor to be acknowledged for the first time in the history of the association, as one of NAHB’s top young leaders in the home building industry.

If you would like to speak to Kevin about a Houston custom home building project, please contact us.

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