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Design-Build for Municipal Building Construction

RETTEW is committed to excellence in everything we do. We work hard to fully understand your goals, then we get to work, implementing the most cost-effective, efficient solutions to bring your project to life. This approach is demonstrated through our partnership with a local contractor, Professional Design & Construction (PD&C). RETTEW and PD&C are collaborating to bring a unique, fully integrated design-build process to Pennsylvania municipalities. By taking advantage of the benefits of a purchasing cooperative, this partnership offers a more fluid and streamlined process from start to finish, resulting in higher quality and reduced costs for your next municipal building or renovation project. Learn more about our design-build team and the benefits afforded to municipalities.

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  • RETTEW Leads Technology Discussion with Pa House of Representatives Transportation Committee

    September 02, 2021

    RETTEW was proud to host the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Transportation Committee for an informational meeting on Wednesday, August 25 at our Mechanicsburg, Pa office. The meeting, titled “Protecting Our Infrastructure: Merging Technologies for More Successful Transportation Engineering,” featured several speakers presenting examples of how RETTEW and its partners are using specific technologies to advance…

  • RETTEW is Here to Help With Tropical Depression Ida Damages

    August 31, 2021

    Heavy rainfall is expected over the next couple of days as Tropical Depression Ida makes its way into the northeast. If you experience infrastructure issues due to flooding and need our assistance, please contact your RETTEW client representative directly, or reach out to our Director of Civil/Municipal Engineering, Jim Caldwell, at 717-808-9343, or our Municipal…

  • Collaborate with RETTEW to Address New PADEP Waterbar Regulations

    August 01, 2021

    When considering the myriad of design, permitting, and construction activities associated with transmission and utility-scale pipeline installation, the placement of waterbars in the field is typically not an operator’s first concern. However, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) has recently initiated an enforcement action that may change that.  When a pipeline is completed and…