Ms. Cheryl Fromme, P.E. is the chief of the Engineering and Construction Division for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District. Fromme is responsible for a mulit-discipline, professional workforce who provide engineering and construction services for the District’s military, civil works, environmental and support for others programs. Fromme also serves as the Norfolk District Career Program-18, Engineer and Scientists Career Program Manager.
As the chief of the Engineering and Construction Division, Fromme exercises technical and administrative control over several national programs. These include, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Design Center, USMC/Navy Dam Safety Program and the Centers of Standardization for Criminal Investigation Division Field Facilities, General Instruction Building, NCO Academy, Dining Facilities, Army Family Housing, Info Systems Facilities and Military Entrance Processing Stations.
Fromme has more than 24 years of engineering and construction service with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. She has more than 15 years as a supervisor and 8 years as a program manager.
Fromme’s previous assignments include Chief of Geo-Environmental Engineering Section, Norfolk District, Chief Business Resource Division, Norfolk District, Chief of Engineering Branch, Norfolk District, USACE- DoDEA Design Center Program Manager, Chief of Construction Branch, Norfolk District, and Deputy Chief, Engineering and Construction, Norfolk District. She is currently a member of the North Atlantic Division, Regional Management Board.
Fromme holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Old Dominion University (1996). She is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers and is a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Fromme has received the 2016 Agency Federal Engineer of the Year Award and the Top 40 Under 40: Inside Business, Hampton Roads Business Journal Award.