Tony Rotchadl, PE
Principal Transportation Engineer
Tony is a Principal Transportation Engineer who joined the Bolton & Menk team in 2005. He is responsible for project management duties and leads hydraulic design on complex projects. Tony’s skills lie in his understanding of how project components need to fit together to identify risk items and coordinating design elements to maximize the effectiveness and timeliness of client input. He has an eye for the details that require collaboration amongst our various design disciplines which enables the successful delivery of large, complex projects. He is also passionate about project management processes that include enabling and documenting key decisions, ensuring open and transparent communication lines between our team and our clients, and facilitating public acceptance of the solutions we develop. His experience in working with and leading our staff, coupled with his passion for “getting things right” make him an invaluable member of our transportation group. Tony is passionate about ensuring our clients are receiving a level of service that our founders would be proud of through communication, collaboration, and ultimately execution. He enjoys navigating the complex requirements of multifaceted projects and implementing real solutions that benefit all vested parties.
“I was lucky enough to start as an intern at Bolton & Menk and witnessed as a “wide-eyed” kid how true professionals operate. I’m grateful to have been afforded the opportunity to work with nearly every one of our teams throughout my career, from wastewater to transportation, municipal engineering to survey. This experience has kept me continually learning, continues to provide a challenging yet rewarding environment, and allows me to work with a fun, diverse mix of real people. Without a doubt, our people have been and will always be the foundation of Bolton & Menk’s success.” When he’s not working, Tony enjoys the outdoors with his wife and 3 kids while also coaching youth sports (some of the sports he knows very little about)!
Minnesota State University, Mankato