The anticipation was building as the day of the ribbon cutting/open house grew closer and closer. Suddenly, the building came together—signage was up, sidewalks were usable, trees were planted, and lights were hung. When the day had finally arrived, the crowd was buzzing as the new RQAW Headquarters opened its doors for the first time to the public. Family members, friends, employees, and county and city officials were in attendance to watch Mayor Scott Fadness, Troy Woodruff, and Brad Battin cut the ceremonial ribbon. Afterwards, proud employees gave tours to curious attendees.

The new headquarters resembles not only the path that RQAW took to get here, but also the direction that it is going. There is a continuous growth within the company—creating more jobs and more opportunities. Moving to Fishers was no simple task, but employees couldn’t be happier or more excited that they are finally here. RQAW looks forward to embracing the City of Fishers and all it has to offer: the vibrant community of new people we will meet, the ambiance and local flair of the Nickel Plate District, and new and endless opportunities right outside our doorstep.