David Freda

David Freda, CPA, CCIFP


  • Jericho
  • (516) 336-2417
David Freda is a partner at Grassi.  He specializes in working with construction contractors in all aspects of accounting including consulting, financial reporting and taxation.  In addition to focusing his efforts on construction contractors, David also works with clients in other industries such as manufacturing and real estate. He performs audits, reviews and compilations for clients, as well as special projects including construction cost certifications for private and governmental owners. In addition to his audit and accounting work, David counsels clients on tax matters and is fluent in all the latest tax treatments related to the construction industry. He gets involved with joint venture dispute resolutions, as well as forensic accounting, and bankruptcies specifically for contractors. David also helps clients save money with creative tax planning strategies that take advantage of his extensive construction industry knowledge.
In addition to David’s CPA licensure, he was one of the first 200 individuals in the country to earn the designation of CCIFP (Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional). He is an active member in numerous accounting and industry trade organizations and is a former chair of the NYSSCPA Construction Contractors Committee and former instructor of construction finance and accounting at the NYC College of Technology. David is also a frequent speaker on financial and tax issues related to the construction industry. At Grassi, David is a member of both the firm’s construction accounting committee and tax committee and is very active in the technical development of the firm’s staff through the firm’s extensive in-house training program. 

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    American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

    New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)

    Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)

    Construction Industry Council (CIC)

    9/11 Memorial Foundation
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