A 1971 graduate of Norwich University, Fred Farrell began his career working summers operating a small coating company,Maine Tennis Court , which was incorporated in 1968.
In 1980 , Fred was hired by then vice president George Bush to construct a tennis court at his home in Kennebunkport, Maine. Fred started working at the White House in 1989 and still refurbishes the tennis court, and the Truman Balcony.
In the early 90s Fred Farrell changed its name to Maine Tennis and Track to better represent its accomplishments. Working from Maine to Washington DC. and west to Chicago
In late 1999, Fred Farrell sold Maine Tennis and Track to pursue what he loved and that was working with contractors and owners to design, spec, and problem solve tennis courts and running tracks. Hence Farrell Consulting & Sport Surfacing.
Fred has and does travel internationally. In the Caribbean refurbished 8 tennis courts for the Navy at Guantanamo Bay,Cuba,Running track consultant to the minister of sports The Bahamas, Supervising surface installation at Queensland Tennis Center a div Of the Australian Open, Teaching application techniques to two companies in Korea,