VDOT Leadership

Marcie Parker, P.E.

Fredericksburg District Engineer

Marcie.Parker@VDOT.virginia.gov

Marcie Parker, P.E., was appointed VDOT Fredericksburg District Engineer in March 2014.  

Parker oversees construction, maintenance and operations for 11,500 miles of state-maintained roads in the 14-county Fredericksburg District.

Parker has more than 20 years of transportation experience in Virginia. Prior to her current role, Parker was Assistant District Administrator for Maintenance and Operations in the Fredericksburg District. Parker led emergency response operations for snow removal, and was responsible for delivering a $120 million maintenance program districtwide, which includes oversight of all bridges, overpasses, structures and pavement conditions.

Under her leadership, pavement conditions were elevated on Interstate 95 in Caroline, Spotsylvania and Stafford counties to reach 100 percent compliance with ride quality standards.

Parker served as Saluda Residency Administrator from 2001-2010 in the Middle Peninsula, and as Norfolk Residency Assistant Residency Administrator from 1996-2001 in Hampton Roads. She joined VDOT in 1993 as a transportation engineer trainee.

Parker is a graduate of Clemson University, and holds an undergraduate degree in civil engineering. She has held a Professional Engineer’s license in Virginia since 1999.

Parker lives in Spotsylvania County with her husband and two sons.

 

 

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