RQAW Corp., an Indianapolis-based consulting firm known for its expertise in engineering, architecture and transportation construction, has added to its team. James Tradup and Yan Zhu (pictured) have been named staff engineers. Tradup holds his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. His experience includes a role as a structural intern at AMEC Foster Wheeler in the U.S. Nuclear Division in Plymouth, Minnesota. Zhu’s experience includes a role as a project engineer on the 13th Street Corridor Modernization Project in Terre Haute, an internship at INDOT in Seymour, as well as an internship at JiangSu Huahai Engineering Consultants in Nanjing, China. He also studied abroad in Japan at the Kanazawa Institute of Technology. He holds his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Dylan Sievers has been appointed project engineer. With seven years of experience and a background in the transportation-engineering field at INDOT's Vincennes district and Greenfield district, Sievers expertise includes bridge, road, storm and sanitary sewer design, construction management, project supervision and inspection. He received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University. Lisa Casler (pictured) has joined the firm as a senior project manager. Her 19 years of experience includes a variety of projects, including pavement resurface and patching projects, small structure replacements, intersection improvements, sight distance corrections, interstate road rehabilitations and complex interchange designs. Casler has also reviewed more than 1,000 INDOT and Local Public Agency road and bridge projects for compliance with INDOT Guidelines. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University. Randy Brooks has been appointed a bridge division manager. He holds his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering from Southern Illinois University, as well as a master of business administration degree from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business-Finance and Operations. Brian Fuller has been named road engineer. His
experience includes designing and managing roadway, drainage, sewer, right-of-way, trail, and retaining-wall projects, and a specialization in roundabout designs. Fuller holds his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University.