Gregory Fredrickson, P.E., Joins STV as Vice President
May 8, 2019
Gregory N. Fredrickson, P.E., an authority in airport design with more than 25 years of engineering experience in the aviation market sector, has joined STV as a vice president.
Fredrickson has been tapped to serve as STV’s national aviation leader and will be responsible for growing the firm’s renowned aviation practice. He will be based out of the firm’s Baltimore office.
Over the course of his career, Fredrickson has led the design, project management and construction management components of new and expanded passenger terminals, airline maintenance hangars, landside roadways and support facilities, and infrastructure improvements such as runways, taxiways and associated fuel lines and de-icing facilities.
“The addition of Greg to our aviation group couldn’t come at a better time for STV,” said STV president and CEO Milo Riverso, P.E., Ph.D., CCM. “Among other projects, we are currently working as part of two joint ventures that will transform New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Newark’s Liberty International Airport. As we build upon our success in serving our commercial aviation clients, Greg is ideally suited for the challenges that lie ahead.”
In his most recent role with a major engineering firm, Fredrickson led a multidisciplinary team of 130 aviation professionals performing more than 500 projects at 120 airports annually. He has led a wide scope of assignments at major airports, including Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, Dulles International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. His work at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was recognized for excellence by a state transportation group for outstanding design and construction quality.
Fredrickson earned Bachelor of Science degrees in both architectural engineering and civil engineering from Drexel University, and is a licensed professional engineer in Maryland.
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