Allen’s FTK Construction Promotes Exec to Vice President of Finance, IT

FTK Construction Services, a nationwide general contractor specializing in affordable housing/low-income housing tax credit projects, has completed projects in 33 states and has delivered more than 5,300 units of low-income housing to date.

Riley Goodman has been promoted to vice president of finance and information technology at Allen-based FTK Construction Services, a nationwide general contractor specializing in affordable housing and low-income housing tax credit projects.

FTK said that Goodman will oversee all financial operations for the company, along with all IT operations and systems for preconstruction, production, and administration. He comes to his new role after previously holding the director of financial operations position for FTK.

In his previous role, Goodman led initiatives to enhance the accounts payable, expense processing, and project close-out processes, the company said. He also redesigned the Power BI reporting procedures and oversaw IT equipment purchasing and issuance compliance, providing administrative support systems for an average of 250 projects a year for FTK.

Goodman began his career with FTK in 2020 as an operations analyst for FTK’s three divisions of expertise: LIHTC/Affordable Housing Projects, Market Rate Renovations, and Insurance Restoration Projects.

FTK has completed projects in 33 states to date and has delivered more than 5,300 Affordable Housing/LIHTC units.

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