Frank Floyd

Lattie Frank Floyd Jr. graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from East Carolina University. After graduation, Frank began work at the family business, Radio Communications Company, as a Sales Representative. During his tenure at Radio Communications, he owned and operated Direct Call of Cary (reseller of paging service), Regional Cellular Communications (an authorized agent for the cellular carriers), and Triangle Two Way (a radio service reseller). In early 2000, Frank founded Floyd Development, Inc., a residential building and development company and real estate investment company. Frank was direct responsibility for strategic planning for both residential and commercial developments, real estate acquisition, project financing, and property management. In 2001, Frank co-founded Crosspointe General Contractors, Inc., a residential and commercial building company to capture the building side of residential and commercial real estate.  

In 2006, Frank co-founded Recovery Logistics, LLC, a disaster recovery company focusing on the telecommunications industry. Serving as Chief Financial Officer Frank assumed a strategic role in the overall management of the company with responsibility for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling all financial-related activities of the company. This included accounting/finance, forecasting, strategic planning, partnership compliance, deal analysis and negotiations, investor relations, and private and institutional financing. In 2010, Frank formed a restaurant holding company to develop and operate restaurants throughout North Carolina. Frank is responsible for the financial operations of the company in addition to overseeing the acquisition of real estate and construction of new restaurants for the company.  

For the last 10 years Frank has focused on expansion of his development and investment business with recent projects including a 240 unit project in Clayton, an 800+ unit neighborhood in Fayetteville, multiple residential projects in Apex, and commercial shopping centers in NC, TN, and MD.