Stephen Freibrun is a Principal in ICF’s Aviation Services Practice and leads the airport commercial planning efforts globally. Mr. Freibrun has 25 years of management and real estate experience in the public and private sectors. Since 1993, he has been continuously assisting airport clients with commercial facilities planning and property management services. His responsibilities have included the evaluation, definition, and coordination of concessions facility implementation that balance the sometimes competing goals of improved customer experiences and revenue maximization. Mr. Freibrun has clients that range in size, from small regional airports to large domestic hubs to international airports including those in the Caribbean, Canada and also China.
Mr. Freibrun’s role with clients is a dual one. He is not only responsible for overseeing client activities for many commercial/passenger experience projects, but he personally creates commercial plans, strategic approaches to enhancing non-airline revenues, financial models and feasibility analyses, research analyses, Requests for Proposals and other reports. Mr. Freibrun has also assisted concessionaires and financial institutions in valuing space, terminal or airport acquisitions.