2014, December 29 | Monday 2:28 am

by Peter Samuel

The Historic Preservation Commission has a new commissioner Carrie Albee. Her day job is architectural historian and senior project manager at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) a worldwide London-based company with some 5,000 employees doing consulting work on environmental, health, safety and regulatory issues.

It has local offices in Annapolis and DC and 60 offices around the US.ERMlogo

2006 to 2012 Albee worked at URS Corp in Germantown managing a small architectural history staff working mostly for FEMA.

2002-2006 she was at EHT Traceries a DC-based historic preservation and design review firm.

2001-2002 she worked here in Frederick with Christopher Goodwin & Associates in the same line of business.

CAlbeeLkgLeft1999 to 2001 Albee was at Historic Charleston Foundation Charleston SC.

1998 to 1999 she was historic preservation planner at NC Department of Transportation in Raleigh.

She has a BA (History) UNC Chapel Hill and a MA (architectural history) University of Virginia Charlottesville.

40, she lives here in Frederick.

No announcement?

Oddly there doesn’t seem to have been any official announcement of Albee’s appointment. She just showed up at HPC hearings.

In her comments so far at hearings Albee comes across as quietly formidable.

- editor 2014-12-28

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