Lance Franklin, a licensed architect in the State of New York, has nearly 30 years of construction experience, of which 15 years has been with Triton. Lance holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an Associate Degree in Construction Engineering from the State University of New York at Farmingdale. In 2002, after tenure with Turner Construction Company, Lance co-founded Triton Construction.
At the time of his departure from Turner, Lance held the position of Purchasing Agent. His expert procurement tactics were used on such well-known projects as the Madison Square Garden Training Facility for the NY Knicks and NY Rangers and several projects for NYC EDC. Prior to this post, he was a Unit Manager for the company overseeing all preconstruction as well as overseeing construction on numerous construction projects.
In 2002, Mr. Franklin became a founding partner in Triton Construction, where he currently serves as Co-Chief Executive Officer. Lance specializes in all phases of pre-construction, working to create value and minimize risk for Triton's clients. He is a recognized expert in scheduling, estimating, and value engineering complex construction projects. Lance’s responsibilities include pre-construction, cost control, estimating, planning, contracting activities and management oversight for all Triton projects. Triton clients benefit from Lance’s knowledge of the contracting community, which was significantly enhanced by his experience as one of a few individuals who worked in the centralized Purchasing Department of one of America’s largest construction companies, and through subsequent Triton experience. In addition to completed projects and sites under construction identified below, Lance has developed a powerful reputation in residential pre-construction on major projects such as 1355 First Avenue Condominiums, 303 East 51st Street Condominiums, 551 West 21st Street Condominiums, and many others.