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Upcoming Events

July 17, 2024

Field Trip

Historic Gambrill House

Enjoy your summer!

PDH Certificates available 



National Park Service Historic Preservation Training Center

Presented by: National Park Service Hosts

July 17, 2024

Time: 11:30A

Limit: 20 people

Cost: Free

Bag Lunches to be provided by the Branch

About the Field Trip and Presentation: The field trip will begin promptly at 11:30 at the Historic Preservation Training Center where there will be bag lunches served and a 30-minute presentation by our National Park Service Hosts.  This will be followed by a visit to a nearby preservation project (The Best Farm) where will be able to see preservation techniques actually employed.  The group will disperse from the Best Farm project.

Click here to learn more about the Gambrill House (Edgewood) Monocacy National Battlefield on the National Park Service Site and read the history of the Gambrill Mansion!

Location: Historic Preservation Training Center
4801 Urbana Pike, Frederick, MD 21704

1 PDH Available for Attendees

Cost: FREE!

Catoctin Branch Officers 2023-2025

The following persons have been elected to serve in the respective offices shown for 2023-2024, as voted on by the Catoctin Branch.


Nathaniel Krause

Nathaniel Krause, PE has been practicing Civil Engineering in the State of Maryland for 15 years in the areas of Water Resources and MS4 Permit Regulations.  His career path has included both private and public service, and is currently employed with Frederick County, Division of Planning & Permitting. In his spare time, Nathaniel has been active in the ASCE Maryland Section and has previously held several board positions with the EWRI local chapter, including the chair position.  For his society and professional efforts, he was awarded the 2016 Young Engineer of the Year Awards for ASCE Maryland and Engineer Society of Baltimore.

Vice President

Christina Cook

Christina Cook, PE has been practicing Civil Engineering for 28 years and is currently employed with Driggs Design group, PA in Manhattan, Kansas.  She graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri Science and Technology (UM-Rolla) in 995.  She has been licensed in Tennessee (2001), Kansas (2004) and Missouri (2019).  I have also practiced in Georgia and Alabama.  She has been active in several ASCE groups and has held a variety of positions. Christina has significant experience with transportation projects and also provides stormwater analysis.  Christina is active in the Boonsboro Middle School PTO, Boonsboro High School Band Boosters and Girl Scouts.


Rick MacInnes

Graduated University of Maine 1978 with BSCE. Started work with Kiewit Construction Company on the Baltimore Subway System. First meeting with Maryland Section at Engineers Club in 1979. Retired from Kiewit in May 2013 after a successful career working on major projects up and down the east coast. 2nd career with KCI Technologies working as a senior manager helping with Corporate Operations. Retired from KCI 2022.

Retirement home in Keedysville, MD (Washington County). Wife Patsy of 43 years, 2 children, and 2 grandchildren. Hobbies are cars, auto racing, travel, and spoiling my grandchildren.


Naseer Nayeem

Naseer Nayeem, PE has been practicing geotechnical and geo-structural engineering for the past 23 years. He has been an active member of the ASCE in several capacities in the past. He is currently in charge of Hillis Carnes Frederick Office and is grateful to be in a position to actively volunteer for the ASCE Catoctin Branch.

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