RETTEW welcomes Aures, Mislinski, Rae, and Rawson
RETTEW recently welcomed new hires Rosemary Aures, Corey Mislinski, Luke Rae and Burke Rawson.
An environmental scientist in RETTEW’s natural sciences group, Rosemary Aures works from the firm’s recently opened Bridgeport, West Virginia office. Her initial responsibilities include identifying regulated aquatic features for protection purposes, helping clients avoid or minimizing any impact on the features during site development. She has more than 14 years of environmental consulting experience, including federal and state environmental permitting, and has proven expertise in agricultural nutrients, soil management and stream designs. Working mainly in the energy industry, Aures also has experience in the commercial and transportation sectors. Previously an environmental scientist for CTL Engineering Inc., Aures has a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Binghamton University. Aures resides in Morgantown, West Virginia, where she is involved in the Monongalia County Master Gardeners organization.
Working in RETTEW’s geosciences group, Corey Mislinski is a geotechnical engineer and project manager in the firm’s Pittsburgh office. His responsibilities include managing geotechnical investigations for the energy industry, as well as developing mitigation plans for landslide sites. Mislinski uses his expertise in grading plans and the engineering characteristics of soil and rock to produce foundation solutions and earthwork recommendations. He works mainly throughout southeast Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, in areas of difficult terrain and soil conditions. Previously a geotechnical design engineer for Earth Engineering Inc., Mislinski brings six years of experience in geotechnical design of foundations and earth-support structures, particularly in the transportation industry. He is involved in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Delaware Valley Geotechnical Institute, and will continue to become involved with professional societies local to Pittsburgh. Mislinski has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, as well as a professional engineer license in Pennsylvania. He resides in Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny County, Pa.
A surveyor with seven years of experience, Rae is a party chief in RETTEW’s Athens, Pa. office. His duties include completing as-built, boundary, and construction stake-out surveys for the energy industry. He also has performed ALTA and topographic surveys, as well as completed flood elevation certificates. Along with the energy sector, Rae has experience in the transportation, recreation, and residential markets. Previously a crew leader with JHA Cos., Rae has two associate’s degrees from the Pennsylvania College of Technology in electronics. He lives in Sayre, Bradford County, Pa.
A senior designer in RETTEW’s survey group, Burke Rawson has more than 20 years of experience in the survey field. Working from RETTEW’s Canton, Ohio office, he is responsible for completing well plats and survey base mapping for the energy industry, particularly within the Utica Shale Play. Rawson has experience is in both field work and as a crew chief, as well as mapping and design work as a surveyor. His expertise includes topographical, boundary, and ALTA surveys, as well as construction stakeouts for state and county agencies, healthcare facilities and construction companies. Previously a senior designer for Dawood Engineering, Rawson has an associate’s degree in civil engineering technology from Stark State College. He is involved with his local Boy Scout troop, and resides in Doylestown, Wayne County, Ohio.