Mark Schneibolk, President & CEO
After spending two decades working for general contractors in the Metropolitan area, Mark brought a unique big-picture perspective, which many subcontractors lack to the family drywall business: Form Construction Company. He spent many years in the field as a Superintendent and began to take on more responsibilities in the year leading up to his father, Victor Schneibolk’s retirement. In Late 2001, Mark purchased the company, making him President and CEO of the newly-named Form Construction Services, Inc. Since then, despite the ever-changing construction industry and a nation-wide recession, Form has grown substantially as a direct result of Mark’s ability to preserve long-standing relationships and establish new ones with clients, subcontractors and vendors.
Mark’s day-to-day responsibilities include anything from supervising ongoing projects to attending subcontractor meetings to taking care of administrative items at the office. Mark’s attention to detail and hunger for perfection inspires employees and clients alike. He leads by example, which allows him to maintain healthy business relationships with clients and provide on-site and in-office direction to his employees. Mark resides in Suburban Maryland and enjoys traveling on his Harley.
Rick Finocchiaro, Vice President & COO
Rick brings over 40 years of construction experience and currently serves as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Form Construction while also performing estimating and project management duties on a daily basis. Rick’s commercial construction career began as he took on the role of Superintendent for a general contractor in 1978 and continued when he became a Project Manager for another general contractor until 1984. He was then hired by Victor Schneibolk, founder of Form Construction Company, where he has remained for over 31 years. Currently, Rick’s estimating responsibilities consist of calculating competitive and accurate pricing & approximating material quantities and required manpower. On the project management side, Rick has an expert understanding of the project scope and schedule, maintains communication with the General Contractor and our Field Superintendent to ensure client satisfaction & manages project costs by staying on budget and issuing potential change orders in response to drawing bulletins and addendums. By combining the roles of Estimator and Project Manager, Rick offers our clients the unique ability to see the project all the way through the bidding process, construction & completion. Rick lives in Southern Maryland and is an avid hunter and fisher.
Mike Fleener, General Superintendent
Mike Fleener began working at Form Construction as a Ceiling Mechanic in 1990 where he mainly assisted in the development of buildings in Crystal City, Virginia. Prior to his employment at Form, Mike served in the United States Army and worked as a Driver then District Manager in the building supply industry. Within a couple of years, Mike was promoted to Field Superintendent where he is responsible for the overall progress of ongoing jobs, which includes everything from communicating with clients on-site to allocating manpower as needed to scheduling deliveries of materials and equipment. He is also responsible for adhering to projects’ construction schedules, monitoring safe working conditions and maintaining quality control. Mike has been recognized for his excellent craftsmanship over the years, earning awards from The Department of the Army for work on the Pentagon Renovation Program and from The Washington Building Congress for multiple interior renovation projects in Washington, DC. His comprehensive knowledge of project contracts, drawings and the construction industry from the bottom up make Mike an irreplaceable member of the Form Construction team. Mike resides in Maryland and enjoys spending his free time camping, hunting and fishing.
Troy L. Manuel, Estimator & Project Manager
Troy has over 30 years of experience in the Washington DC commercial construction industry. Before beginning work at Form Construction as an Estimator and Project Manager in 2005, Troy worked in the Washington DC Carpenters Union and then owned and operated Commercial Ceilings Inc. for 18 years. Troy utilizes his extensive knowledge of acoustical ceilings on a daily basis to effectively estimate and negotiate potential new projects, communicate vital information from the client to the field and simultaneously manage all aspects of current and future projects. More specifically, he is also responsible for ordering materials, supervising the submittal process, handling change orders, and initiating requisitions. Troy’s attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills play a huge role in his ability to guarantee that the scope and direction of his projects are on schedule and within budget. By combining the roles of Estimator and Project Manager, Troy also offers a remarkable perspective to see projects through each phase from the bidding process to the finished product. Troy currently lives in Maryland where he enjoys riding his Harley and playing baseball.
Jill Schneibolk, LEED Green Associate & Assistant Project Manager
Jill has held many administrative positions at Form Construction, beginning in 2007 where she started as Administrative Intern. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland in College Park, she took on the role of Project Engineer, following in the footsteps of her grandfather, founder of Form Construction Company, Victor Schneibolk, and her father, current President & CEO, Mark Schneibolk. Currently, she serves as the Assistant Project Manager where her key responsibilities are to work side-by-side with our project managers to transmit information between the client, our office & the field, allocate available resources to enable successful task performance and coordinate all marketing ventures. Jill specializes in coordinating LEED-seeking demolition and renovation projects as she earned her LEED Green Associate accreditation in June of 2014. She is also a Notary Public recognized by Montgomery County, Maryland where she currently resides. Jill enjoys spending time at Deep Creek Lake and loves all things Washington Capitals.
Michaela Tanner, Controller
Michaela began her career as an apprentice in London, England in 1970 and has been in the accounting field ever since. She has gained experience and knowledge by working diligently in a variety of fields ranging from equipment manufacturing to restaurants to the construction industry. Michaela has served as Controller of Form Construction for nearly 30 years where she is responsible for monitoring cash flow, maintaining financial policies and procedures, and overseeing accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, workers’ compensation, and benefits. She has also been a Notary Public for over 20 years, which allows her to execute important financial documents. Michaela lives in Southern Maryland where she enjoys making jewelry and going camping in her spare time.
Felisa Moran, Administrative Assistant
Felisa brings over 25 years of administrative professional experience to Form Construction. Felisa was hired as Administrative Assistant by Victor Schneibolk in 1996 and has since provided the company with 19 outstanding years of service. On a daily basis she assists in coordinating deliveries to the job site, manages our filing systems and maintains inventory of warehouse material & equipment. Over the years Felisa has also established extensive technical knowledge of materials and long-standing professional relationships with our suppliers, subcontractors and clients. Her resourcefulness and inclination to continue learning new things, as well as her fluency in Spanish make her a huge asset to the Form Construction team. Felisa lives in the Washington DC Metro Area and loves to cheer on Real Madrid soccer with her kids.