Fred has been involved in the pharmaceutical and laboratory marketplace for over 26 years. In 1986, he founded Accuspec, Inc. as a manufacturer's representative company covering the New York City metropolitan area for Tek-Air Systems and other HVAC lines. In 1990 he expanded business to include the state of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. Fred has developed Accuspec to concentrate in critical environments successfully growing the two major companies Tek-Air and Strobic Air in the territory. He also designed and patented the AccuValve which is the first new airflow control valve for critical environments for over 30 years. This product was the innovation award winner at the AHR Expo in New York for 2008 and is poised for dominating the lab market due to its low pressure drop and flow feedback characteristics.
Previously, Fred was personally involved with the first Tri-Stack sales at IBM over 20 years ago and likewise was instrumental in selling the first Tri-Stack project outside of IBM at AT&T in Pennsylvania. In 1985 he was instrumental in developing Tek-Air Systems national sales force through the use of manufacturer's representatives.
Fred holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration both from the University of Pittsburgh.