234 Beverly Drive
Metairie, LA 70001
(504) 416-0890

 

Meet The AMS Team

Rachelle Albright

Owner

 

Rachelle Albright is owner of Albright Management Strategies, LLC. She was previously Chief Executive Officer of F. H. Myers Construction Corp. and held various leadership positions with the firm during her 21-year tenure. Her areas of expertise are operations, project management, scheduling and estimating.

Rachelle is a 1995 graduate of LSU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. In 1996 she joined F.H. Myers Construction Corporation as a project manager/estimator. In 2004, she was promoted to Vice President of Project management and in 2012, she became Chief Executive Officer. After 21 years with the firm, she embarked on a new endeavor to pursue her passion of construction management. She recognizes that many owners are in need of someone with construction experience to serve as their representative of their building projects. In addition to serving as an Owner’s Representative, AMSLLC also provides preconstruction & estimating as well as facility management services.

Rachelle has been an active member in the construction industry over the past 25 years. AMSLLC is a member of the New Orleans Bayou Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors and served as a Board of Directors member from 1999-2007. In 2006 she served as the Chairman of the Board and was the first female Chairman in the chapter’s 35-year history. She was also recognized by City Business as one of the 2007 and 2012 Women of the Year. She also served as a Board of Trustee member for The Academy of the Sacred Heart from 2012-2017 and chaired their buildings and grounds committee from 2012-2016. She is a Reach for the Stars Society member for Volunteers of America Southeast Chapter.


Rachelle Albright – Thought Leader
Albright Management Strategies
myNewOrleans.com - 03/27/2020

As a teen working summers at her father’s company, Rachelle Albright began laying the foundation for what would become a successful and satisfying career in construction management. After earning a degree in Civil Engineering and working briefly in the oil industry, she returned to construction in 1996. (Read full article HERE)