T.Y. Lin International Hires Chad Andrews, P.E., as Senior Project Manager, Surface Transportation for Arizona Market


T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Chad Andrews, P.E., has joined TYLI as a Senior Project Manager for Surface Transportation projects in the Arizona market. Based in TYLI’s office in Tempe, Arizona, Andrews will lead senior project management and business development efforts in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area and serve as Project Manager on major project pursuits across the Southwest Region.

Andrews comes to TYLI with more than 28 years of experience with private engineering and construction (E&C) firms in the Phoenix market. His project management experience encompasses a wide range of transportation projects, including rural and urban highway, local street, drainage and utility design and relocation, and Arizona State Park projects.

Andrew’s past projects include serving as Quality Assurance/Quality Control Manager for the SR 303L, Glendale Avenue to Peoria Avenue project, which transformed an existing two-lane roadway with signalized intersections and an at-grade rail crossing to a six-lane, median-separated, interim freeway facility with no at-grade crossings or signalized intersections on the mainline. He also acted as Project Manager for the I-10 Dysart Road to Interstate 17 Improvements project. This project will improve traffic flow and safety on a busy highway section that runs in the cities of Phoenix, Tolleson, Avondale, and areas of Maricopa County.

“Chad has earned a strong reputation throughout the state of Arizona as an experienced and successful project team leader who is committed to quality and has considerable knowledge of Arizona Department of Transportation and local agency procedures,” said James Barr, P.E., Vice President and Arizona/New Mexico Unit Manager. “We are pleased to welcome Chad to the T.Y. Lin International team.”

A registered Professional Engineer in the state of Arizona, Andrews completed his Civil Engineering studies at Arizona State University in Tempe. He remains active with industry organizations such as the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Arizona.