With experience in Finance, Operations, Marketing and Government/Public Relations, Brad Battin adds a unique set of talents to the RQAW team. As RQAW’s Chief Strategic Officer Brad is involved in the daily operations of the RQAW team and oversees Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Client Development, and Finance Departments. Focusing on giving our clients a large amount of service options, Brad is actively increasing market share and presence through geographic diversification and expansion of in house technical capabilities and capacity. His leadership and expertise have proven invaluable to our clients in the planning and execution of very diverse projects. His goal is to deliver a quality cost effective product, and continue building trust based relationships with our clients.
Troy brings a vast amount of government and private sector experience to his clients. Having been the Chief of Staff, Chief of Operations, and a District Director for the Indiana Department of Transportation gives Troy the ability to understand the challenges both State and Local Governments face delivering projects on time and on budget. He held INDOT leadership positions with both Governor Daniels and Pence administrations. He was responsible for Operations for Governor Daniels Major Moves Program which saw an investment of over $2 Billion dollars in new projects across the State of Indiana. This investment was delivered in a compressed time frame including new I-69, The Hoosier Heartland, Fort to Port, and numerous other projects. He was Chief of Staff when Indiana stepped into the P3 world with the Ohio River Bridges Project, and I-69 Sec 5. As head of Operations, he lead the effort to modernize all maintenance and construction inspection activities with greater tracking of work activities while implementing online information systems, cost reductions in snow and ice removal. By consolidating routes and implementing new technologies, Troy improved processes that tracked and regulated the amount of salt coming from trucks based off the current weather condition, consolidation of facilities for more efficient delivery. Numerous other spending reductions were implemented to save tax payers millions, while increasing productivity and reducing head count.