Keaton Green and Joey Smith of Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction, and construction services, have been recognized as two of ENR Southeast’s Top Young Professionals, a list held in high esteem by the building, design, and construction industries.
Keaton Green, vice president of Frampton Construction, has played a defining role in the company’s significant growth during his seven-year tenure. Based in the company’s Charleston office, he oversees many of the company’s standard operational processes and procedures, working to build a company grounded in a culture of quality, community, credibility, and client service. For the 2020 Lowcountry Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man & Woman of the Year fundraising competition, Green led a team that brought in $237, 274 for the cause. He was also recently named to the Charleston Metro Chamber’s Leadership Charleston Class of 2021.
Joey Smith, director, leads the company’s Charlotte office operations, focusing on company development, work acquisition, building client relationships, and project delivery. With over 16 years of experience in the construction industry and a strong background in industrial design-build work, Smith also leads many of the company’s industrial design-build endeavors. An active leader in his community, Smith has worked closely with Atrium Health Foundation to raise awareness and support for the Pediatric Immunodeficiency (PID) Fund at Levine Children’s Hospital. He is also an executive board member for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s (UNCC) School of Construction Management and Engineering Technologies.
ENR Southeast’s annual Top Young Professionals contest recognizes up-and-coming construction industry professionals in the region who exhibit notable achievements in terms of career and industry leadership, community service, and their role in creating landmark projects. This year’s honorees will be featured in the January 2021 print edition of ENR Southeast.