Carrie Lavallee Selected to Receive the WTS-Boston 2024 Woman of the Year Award

Headshot of WTS-Boston Woman of the Year winner Carrie Lavallee

Carrie Lavallee is the Deputy Administrator and Chief Engineer at MassDOT Highway. She was responsible for MassDOT’s expanded $2.1B a year capital program last year that included new Federal infrastructure funding and one of the largest investments in bridges in the Commonwealth’s history.

Over the last two decades, Carrie has served in multiple roles at MassDOT starting as a Project Designer and working her way up through Project Management. Previously, she served as the District 6 Project Development Engineer helping to develop solutions to some of the most complex transportation problems facing the Greater Boston area before becoming the Chief Engineer. Additionally, Carrie has been a longtime member of MassDOT’s Underwater Bridge Inspection Team performing inspections throughout Massachusetts. Carrie is a licensed professional engineer, a certified bridge inspector, an active member of WTS International, AASHTO committees, and TRB committees, and holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

She currently serves on the WTS-Boston Advisory Board, which is the culmination of years of commitment to the advancement of WTS’ mission.