Martin serves on the board of directors for UNLV Foundation and the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT). He is an Associated General Contractors (AGC) Life Time Board Member of AGC and on the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA) Board of Trustees.Martin has been married to his lovely wife, Bonnie, for over 51 years. They have two sons (Guy and Jerrad) and are the proud grandparents of five grandchildren (two boys and three girls). Frank Martin is a strong believer in giving back to the community in order to make Southern Nevada a better place to live, work and raise a family.
He is on the National Board of Directors of AGC, is the co-chair of the AGC of America Charity Foundation and a NAIOP member.
Martin-Harris conducts all operations by promoting a reduction/elimination of hazards to levels to lower than the construction industry standard. MHC employs a full time Safety Director to oversee the implementation of the MHC Occupational Health and Safety Program. The comprehensive training program ensures the entire staff is cognizant of safety responsibilities. This program extends well beyond MHC’s own forces. Every Owner, Subcontractor and Supplier contract includes a Safety Clause requiring full acceptance and participation in the program. Our success is apparent. MHC’s “Workers’ Compensation Modification Rate” is consistently lower than the industry standard and our commitment to safety is reflected in a long list of “Associated General Contractors’ Safe Site” awards. By always encouraging safety-consciousness - from laborers to project managers - MHC further enhances safety among an already cooperative workforce. The Company’s high morale was built in part, by communicating with the workforce. MHC’s commitment is to keep its workplace as safe as possible for everyone in the same unwavering manner established over four decades ago. Project Excellence in only achievable when safe practices are learned, drilled and followed every day.Contact our safety director