VDOT Leadership

Marcie Parker, P.E.

Fredericksburg District Engineer


Marcie Parker was appointed VDOT Fredericksburg District Engineer in 2014.  

Parker oversees planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations for nearly 12,000 miles of state-maintained roads in the 14-county Fredericksburg District, which includes the Fredericksburg region, Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.

Parker has more than 25 years of transportation experience in Virginia, and has worked in Hampton Roads, Richmond and the Fredericksburg area.

She is leading delivery of a package of highway megaprojects on Interstate 95 in the Fredericksburg region with a collective investment of nearly $1 billion, as well as $800 million of other projects throughout the district.

Prior to her current role, Parker was VDOT Assistant District Administrator for Maintenance and Operations in Fredericksburg District. Parker was responsible for delivering a $120 million maintenance program, which includes oversight of all bridges, overpasses, structures and pavement. She led emergency response during snow removal and other weather emergencies including tropical storms, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Over her career she has held positions of progressive responsibility in VDOT’s construction, maintenance and Residency offices.

Parker is a graduate of Clemson University and holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. She is a licensed professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  

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