Fredrick Redd, CEO of Assai Management Consulting in New York City, is a national award-winning entrepreneur and executive with a special expertise in directing large mega program, project and strategy management functions across financial, technology, engineering and construction projects. Prior to Assai Management, Mr. Redd has served as the Director of Project Management Office at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's $ 29 Billion dollar capital program. He created the Agency's first Project Management Office (PMO) and created the project management framework for the World Trade Center. As CEO of Project Management Resource Group, Fredrick worked with Fortune 500 clients on large scale technology projects within the New York City area. Fredrick was featured in CIO Review magazine in October of 2014 in an article entitled "Assai Management Bridging the Gap between Strategy and Execution" and named among among The Top 20 Most Promising Construction Consultants of 2014".
Fredrick has held faculty positions at Syracuse University, New York University and the University of Phoenix. He is the author of Estimating for Building Construction a technical reference textbook. He has an engineering degree from the University of Texas, and an MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Management Consultant (CMC). Fredrick is recognized in Marquis Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America and is scheduled to be published in the 2016 Who's Who in Science and Engineering.
Fredrick is also an accomplished professional opera singer and has performed principle roles with opera companies including New York City Opera, Connecticut Grand Opera, Opera North, Opera Carolina, New York Grand Opera among others over the past 20 years. He made his Lincoln Center debut with New York City Opera in 2001 in the Emmy nominated Porgy & Bess performances that were included in the Live from Lincoln Center telecast as part of the PBS Great Performances series. Fredrick made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2002 as the baritone soloist in Orff’s Carmina Burana and returned to Carnegie Hall in 2006 and 2007 as Giacomo in Verdi's Giovanna D'Arco, Don Carlo in Verd's La Forza del Destino and lead baritone in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Fredrick has studied voice at the Juilliard School and in Italy at Accademia Chigiana in Siena and the Spoleto Vocal Institute in Spoleto. In 2013, Fredrick was featured in the national television commercial for the 2013 US Tennis OPEN singing vignettes from the Magic Flute.
- "Top 20 Most Promising Construction Consultants of 2014" awarded by CIO Review Magazine
- Honorary Chairman, National Business Advisory Council (2006-2009), awarded by Congressional Committee
- "Top 500 Small Business in America in 2008" awarded by DiversityBusiness.com
- "Top Small Businesses in New York" as awarded by DiversityBusiness.com
- "Top 500 Diversity Businesses in America for 2007" as awarded by DiversityBusiness.com
- "2006 Businessman of the Year Award" - Multiple recipients and awarded by Congressional Committee
- "Congressional Order of Merit" 2007 as awarded by Congressional Committee
- Marquis "Who's Who in America" 2011 - present
- Marquis "Who's Who in the World" 2012 - present
- Marquis "Who's Who in Science & Engineering" upcoming in 2016