“We asked for a list of vendors and people with reputations, and RETTEW was at the top of the list…the work that they’ve done over the last year is going to have national impact…” Brigadier General Stone, Michigan Army National Guard
Executive Order 13514, Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance, set forth aggressive goals for all federal agencies that impact how those agencies and their facilities operate with regard to water, waste, and energy usage.
One of the Department of Defense's renewable energy goals is to use renewable sources for 25 percent of the energy DoD locations consume by the year 2025.
Today the federal government faces significant challenges to many of its programs, including energy and water supply requirements both at home and abroad. These issues range from increased regulatory scrutiny, growth pressures from a changing mission, and limited energy and water resources. Balancing budgetary cutbacks with increased utility costs hinders mission-critical goals. These expenses constantly compete with infrastructure maintenance and upgrades.
RETTEW’s proven expertise focuses on providing the most efficient and effective answers to challenges in energy, water, infrastructure, environmental, and natural resources sustainability, never wavering from helping our federal clients meet crucial needs. Our team has restructured how energy is generated, distributed, and consumed, succeeding in hardening our federal and military clients’ assets. These programmatic shifts ensure facilities are resilient, self-sustaining, and on budget. We understand the difficulties in developing efficient, sustainable systems that must meet strict environmental compliance standards. RETTEW provides technical studies, planning, engineering design, and construction management services that enable our clients to fully utilize their available resources.