Member News 1.21.21

Posted By: Andrew Heidtke Member News,

Ayres Associates is pleased to announce that Andrew Rowell, PE, has joined the firm's Green Bay office as a traffic engineering project manager. Read the full press release below:

'Andrew Rowell, PE, has joined Ayres as a traffic project manager in its Green Bay area office. Rowell applies his people skills and traffic and roadway engineering expertise to serve state, county, city, village, town, and private-sector clients.

Rowell has nearly two decades of public- and private-sector experience in municipal and transportation project management, from the scoping, planning, and design stages to project bidding and construction.

As a former county highway engineer and public works director, Rowell can relate with municipal clients. He understands highway department and public works budgets and the funding constraints most communities face. His passion is providing cost-effective yet innovative engineering solutions.

Rowell has extensive experience with public involvement and outreach, traffic safety and operation improvements, and traffic signal design and corridor timing.

“Ayres’ clients will love the professional and personal touch that Andy uses to move projects forward confidently,” says Troy Robillard, PE, manager of transportation services in the Green Bay area office. “Andy has that perfect combination of engineering smarts and people skills.”

Rowell is a registered professional engineer in Wisconsin, and he is certified by the National Highway Institute for in-service bridge inspection. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Cardinal Stritch University and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Ayres is a nationwide team of 300-plus experts and innovative problem-solvers that stands behind thousands of projects that strengthen communities and the nation’s infrastructure, economy, and environment every day. Ayres provides the following services: civil and municipal engineering, architecture, transportation, structural design and inspection, environmental, geospatial, landscape architecture, planning and development, river engineering and water resources, and telecommunications and subsurface utility engineering.

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