Our Team

Frontline’s President, Rick Munoz, has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry.

Frontline’s operations manager, Cher Munoz, has an MBA in Finance and many years of experience in helping companies grow while maintaining quality control.

During the last 30 years, Rick has learned in-depth all aspects of construction.  Rick & Cher Munoz started their family owned company in 2010 with a goal to provide quality, ethical general contractor services at reasonable rates.

Rick’s curiosity first started in construction when he was 6 years old.  He observed the construction of a high school and saw first hand the importance those buildings would have over numerous people.  That made a big impression on him.

He approaches every project with the mindset that we are not just building a structure –  we are building a family  home or we are building a business an office/store to allow his clients to be successful and thrive.  At Frontline Construction, the priority is our clients and the projects that are important to them.

We understand the stresses that can take place during the project.  Our job is to help alleviate some of those stresses by building great relationships with open communication and having the vision to complete every project on time and within budget.  Each project is unique, but the basic steps are the same: the project’s vision, budget and schedule.

Here are some of the reasons Frontline Construction has been so successful:

1.  3-Dimension Vision:  Rick’s unique ability to visualize structures in three allows him to foresee a lot of problems and make the  corrections beforehand.

2.  Budget:  The budget is usually one of the most challenging aspect of the project.  The client, architect and general contractor all have thoughts & ideas on the project budget.  At Frontline Construction our priority is our client and our goal is to help them put together and all-inclusive budget that value engineer’s wherever possible and works with the architect to head off as many change orders as possible.  We also continually work with the subcontractors to bring down any inflated costs.

3.  Schedule:  We work with the client on a realistic, aggressive schedule that will not compromise the quality of the project  This is where a lot of General Contractor’s struggle – they either have too much of an aggressive schedule or not aggressive enough.  It takes a very experienced General Contractor to be able to put together a realistic schedule and keep all the subcontractors in order and on time.  Rick takes a lot of pride in the fact that he has always come in on budget and on time.

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