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Our People

Bob Frei

Senior Superintendent

How long have you been in the construction industry?
Bob Frei: I have been in the construction industry for over 33 years, 27 of those years being with McGough Construction. 

How did you end up in construction?
Bob Frei: Growing up, I lived next to a family who owned a small construction company. I began working the summer months at the company’s shop, performing maintenance and repairs on equipment, and soon after, started on the field with residential framing. After graduating from high school, I joined the union and began my career as a carpenter.

What do you enjoy most about the construction industry?
Bob Frei: What I enjoy most about the construction industry is building new relationships with owners, design and construction teams, along with maintaining previous relationships. Many of my work relationships have turned into lifelong friends. I also really enjoy the sense of accomplishment achieved by maintaining and exceeding construction goals.

What do you like most about McGough Construction?
Bob Frei: There are many things that I like about McGough, first being the culture. Everyone at McGough always speaks to the culture and its importance. Considering the changes the industry has faced over the years, McGough has managed to continue valuing its traditions, people, beliefs and customs. 

What do you like to do on your free-time?
Bob Frei: I like spending quiet time with my wife (“The Princess”) and relaxing at the cabin. I also like snowmobiling, jet skiing and muscles cars – anything with cylinders and horse power!


Our legacy is built by our remarkable people.

Our people drive our company’s success. From the Irish McGoughs of the 1800s to the McGoughs of today and countless loyal, experienced, dedicated and expert team members over the years, our remarkable people have built a tradition of outstanding craftsmanship, exceptional outcomes and constantly evolving standards. Learn more about McGough’s legacy of excellence and how it drives our innovation today.