With five years in the construction industry, Emil Frei-Howe is currently a Superintendent for Berkeley Building Company while he completes his Bachelor’s at Northeastern University. He started at BBC in 2016 as a Laborer and then Assistant Superintendent, and worked previously as a roofer for another company in Chicago.
While at BBC, Emil’s largest projects to date have included Symphony Court Condominiums, the Conservation Law Foundation, and the Marketing and Communications Building at Boston University. He enjoys completing challenging jobs on time and on budget, and references the Conservation Law Foundation as a great example of phenomenal teamwork despite a compressed schedule and challenging project issues.
Outside of BBC, Emil likes to share his resources with causes that are important to him, and he also spent six years enlisted within the United States Navy.