Fred  Schultz

Senior Development Manager

Fred joined Trammell Crow Company in September, 2007 as Senior Development Manager. His responsibilities include direction of design/construction teams, owner’s representation and general project management.  His current duties include the management of the $260 million, Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center. 
 
Fred is a registered architect with over 30 years of practice. He is particularly strong in a design/build environment having acted as Project Manager on design/build projects such as Colorado's Ocean Journey, the Wellington Webb Office Building, Denver Newspaper Agency office building, Hard Rock Hotels/and Casinos in Tampa and Hollywood, Florida, Omni Interlocken Hotel and the renovation of the Curtis Hotel. 
Prior to joining Trammell Crow, Fred was a partner in the Denver architectural firm of Newman, Cavender & Doane.  While there, he was responsible for all aspects of technical design and project delivery.  He was also Project Manager for the 308,000 SF Denver Newspaper Agency office headquarters building.

Fred spent 10 years as a Senior Associate with the architectural firm of RNL Design in Denver.  During that period, he was responsible for the design and management of projects ranging from an aquarium to office buildings and hotels.  In addition, he spent two of those years on-site during the construction of the Ocean Journey Aquarium.  He also designed a variety of facilities for the Army Corps of Engineers such as office/training buildings at Falcon Air Force Base and engineering and medical buildings at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.

During his early career, Fred worked as an Architectural Designer.  He became well versed in the fundamentals of high rise building design and construction while with the firm of Morris Aubrey in Houston.  He was able to utilize  this experience in Boston where he designed a number of projects for Cannon Boston and Kober/Belluschi.  Projects included a $40 million student housing project for Boston University, several small medical facilities in New Hampshire, and a 650,000 SF research building for a private developer.