Endrea Frazier joins AECOM’s Program and Project Management business in Florida


FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA — AECOM, the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, announced that Endrea Frazier has joined the firm as vice president and transportation client account manager for its South Florida program and project management business. Based in Fort Lauderdale, Ms. Frazier brings 25 years of public and private infrastructure experience ranging from bridges, roads and utilities to policy development, funding, project management and operations.

“We are thrilled to welcome Endrea to AECOM. Her extensive experience in the industry and successful record of large portfolio and agency management adds great value to our clients as we help them advance their transportation needs,” said Juan Alfonso, AECOM vice president and lead of its Florida program and project management business.

Prior to joining AECOM, Ms. Frazier served as a policy advisor with the District of Columbia Public Service Commission. In this role, she provided technical analysis and policy recommendations to assist the commissioners with formal decisions regarding regulatory utility policies and initiatives. In addition, she served as Chief of Staff with the Department of General Services, where she managed initiatives to deliver on the agency’s long-range vision, mission and service goals of sustainable design, construction and facility management of District-owned properties. Ms. Frazier has also held numerous roles in the private sector, overseeing projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

“Joining an organization like AECOM at this moment in time is an incredible opportunity,” said Ms. Frazier. “With the American Jobs Plan infrastructure bill continuing to advance, I’m excited about the number of opportunities where we can leverage our global experience and expertise, particularly programs where funding considerations require project owners to maximize the value of their investments.”

Ms. Frazier earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She has actively engaged as president and chairperson for various non-profit and trade organizations with a presence in the District and nationally that focus on increasing diversity and inclusion within the infrastructure industry, developing the next generation of STEM professionals, and creating sustainable and resilient communities today and tomorrow.