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2 changes at Neel-Schaffer

Alicia Rudolph

Alicia Rudolph

Patti Clare

Patti Clare

The engineering firm of Neel-Schaffer recently made two personnel changes.

Patti Clare the Louisville office as a Senior Planner and will work in a consulting role with various planning agencies across the state.

She has 30 years experience and co-authored the 1990 Louisville Downtown Development Plan, was a contributor to the 2002 Downtown Development Plan, and served as a project lead on the Move Louisville Plan and the pending launch of Louisville Bikeshare. More recently, in her role with Metro Louisville Office of Advance Planning, she was the project manager for large planning projects such as Louisville Slugger Field, the Louisville Downtown Marriott, and Fourth Street Live.

Alicia Rudolph, PE, has joined the firm and named manager for the Tuscaloosa office, where she will be the Engineer Manager for the firm’s Tuscaloosa office.

Rudolph has 24 years of experience as a project engineer, project manager, and office manager.

In addition to managing the Tuscaloosa office, Rudolph will work on selected projects and with business development.

Her recent projects include the final design of Corridor X (Interstate 22) and preliminary design of the Birmingham Northern Beltline. Additionally, from 2009-2015 she managed airfield improvement projects at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.

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