Troy Woodruff

Troy Woodruff

Co-President and Chief Executive Officer at RQAW Corporation

10401 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
HQ Phone:
(317) 815-7200

General Information


Owner  - TW Consulting Ltd

Director of Southwest Regional Office  - Indiana Department of Environmental Management

Deputy Commissioner  - Vincennes District of the Indiana Department of Highways


North Daviess High School

Bachelor of Science  - Communication Studies , Indiana State University


Chief of Staff  - INDOT

Member  - Indiana House Republicans

Representative  -

Member  - Kiwanis Club

Member  - Second Amendment Patriots

Member  - Elks National Foundation

Chief of Staff  - Indiana Department of Transportation

Active Deacon and Board Member  - New Hope Christian Church

Recent News  

Troy Woodruff, Vice President
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.

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At their meeting Tuesday morning, Commission President Kellie Streeter read an e-mail from Troy Woodruff, Co-President of RQAW.
In the e-mail, Woodruff explained that the company is pulling their offer to supply the county with Engineer Greg Ellis as the Superintendent for the next 12 months.

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Troy Woodruff, chief of staff for the Indiana Department of Transportation, requested that his conflict of interest screening process be approved by the Indiana State Ethics Commission at its meeting Thursday. - PAIGE CLARK, THESTATEHOUSEFILE.COM
Troy Woodruff, chief of staff for the Indiana Department of Transportation, requested that his conflict of interest screening process be approved by the Indiana State Ethics Commission at its meeting Thursday. But the chairman of the Indiana State Ethics Commission said that the conflict of interest questions could become more difficult if Troy Woodruff actually takes a job with RQAW Consulting Engineers & Architects. At Thursday's meeting, the commission only discussed the screening process that will be used as Woodruff seeks the job. Members did not debate any potential post-state employment restrictions for Woodruff. Woodruff has signed contracts between the state and RQAW. Instead the commission approved the screening procedure INDOT put in place when Woodruff began job negotiations with RQAW on June 23. The procedure is meant to prevent Woodruff - the agency's chief of staff - from any state business involving the company. "We understand that there is absolutely a conflict of interest and possible post-employment restrictions, so as soon as (Woodruff) was aware of this potential employment opportunities all of the firewalls were put into place," said Heather Kennedy, ethics officer for the state transportation agency. "INDOT is fully aware that Mr. Woodruff has been in communication and contact up until the time that the negotiations started." The procedure states that Woodruff will not attend the agency's selection review committee meetings - where contracts are reviewed - until his negotiations are completed and a decision is made about potential employment with the company. Woodruff - usually a member of the selection committee - did not attend that meeting. But, the Star investigation found that Woodruff had personally signed at least three other contracts with RQAW - worth $562,000. And the selection committee awarded the company a contract for a roadwork job in Jasper County - for $294,300 - even though Lawson-Fisher Associates received the highest score from department staff. Browning has not decided whether to waive the cooling off period for Woodruff, said INDOT spokesman Will Wingfield. Woodruff called his potential departure from the state bittersweet. "I really enjoyed my time with the state government but it's time for a new challenge in my life," he said. Woodruff deferred additional questions to INDOT's spokesman.

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