raSmith’s rotational engineer program was implemented to educate and train young professionals in various practice groups throughout the firm. The program consists of five two-month cycles that include rotations in the municipal services, construction services, survey, land development services and transportation divisions. After working in each division, individuals have an understanding of the services provided and how they interrelate. At the end of the rotational engineer program, individuals move into an ongoing position within one of these practice groups.
Anderson is the eighth person to participate in raSmith’s rotational engineer program since its inception in 2013.
raSmith is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm comprising civil engineers, structural engineers, land surveyors, development managers, landscape architects and ecologists. The company's services are focused on public and private sector client needs in design and construction including land development, site planning and design, structural engineering, municipal engineering, transportation and traffic, surveying, construction services and geographic information systems. raSmith has eight locations in Wisconsin, Illinois and California.