From Concept Through Completion
For nearly 40 years we’ve provided outstanding customer service through constructing commercial and institutional buildings in the Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex, as well as the larger North Texas and Southern Oklahoma region. We build K-12 schools, municipal, industrial, entertainment, medical, higher education, commercial, and faith buildings. We hire the best people and we work collaboratively as a team with our Can-Do Spirit. The size of our company and SFI Method of Customer Service allow us to provide you with the highest level of personal service ‘from concept through completion.’
Mike Freeman serves as President of SFI. He is the firm’s second generation of leadership. Mike began working in construction during high school learning trades in the field and mastered the business side by working as a project manager and studying business management at Texas A&M University.
VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
Scott has 24 years of experience in the construction industry. He joined SFI in 2009. Scott began his construction career at an early age as a laborer, working alongside his father on job sites. He earned a construction degree from Texas A&M University. Scott has experience working on a variety of
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Darrell oversees all of Steele & Freeman’s projects. He has more than 40 years of experience managing and constructing commercial facilities including municipal, schools, healthcare, faith, manufacturing, industrial, correctional, warehouse and retail facilities.
CORPORATE SECRETARY / TREASURER AND CONTROLLER
Dena Rowland serves as our corporate Secretary and Treasurer overseeing all financial aspects and human resources for SFI. She joined the company 20 years ago, she has been called upon to wear many hats in the firm. Her leadership and dedication within the firm as well as to our industry and community earned her the Association of General Contractors/TEXO Woman of the Year Award, also known as the Magnolia Award in 2017.
Dena demonstrates a positive and professional image of the construction industry to outsiders and she serves as a role model to those within the industry. The most notable example being her service as the First South Central Region Director on National Board for NAWIC, leading 16 chapters located within six states – Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. She was responsible for overseeing the critical task of IRS compliance of local chapters and served as the local chapters’ representative on the national board.
Our company culture is driven by our values including our commitment to serve clients with a Can-Do Spirit – to work collaboratively as a team with each client and architect to deliver a first class product and rewarding project experience for each team member.
Though we have operated with informal values throughout our history, in 2017 we decided it was time to formally express our professional values – not as a marketing piece, but to ensure our practices are understood and implemented to the fullest extent. As we embarked thoughtfully on this journey, we found it difficult to narrow our fundamental values down to just five or six keywords. We realized that our values are far more than buzzwords – they are fundamental principles that shape our culture, and guide our work and relationships each day. Leaders from throughout our company gathered in multiple work sessions to explore and define the principles and behaviors that make us unique.
We call these 23 fundamentals, The Steele & Freeman Way. They describe the values and practices that are the foundation of our unique culture and explain how we relate to each other, our clients, partners and vendors. They define who we are, and what drives our extraordinary success. We are proud of our 23 Fundamentals and believe they convey what is truly unique about us as a team and the way we work. As an example, our Fundamental #1 is ‘Sacrifice Everything for Safety.’ Please ask us about our 23 fundamentals and we will show you the Steele & Freeman Way.