1. Women in Engineering/STEM

    RETTEW has a proud history of working with and employing women engineers, as well as women in many other STEM-related fields. Engineering, landscape architecture, surveying, biology, geology, archeology, science, safety, and IT are just of some of the STEM areas where woman provide technical expertise for our clients and on projects internally. We appreciate the…

  2. Bruckner Promoted

    RETTEW has a new Director. Our GeoEnvironmental Services group, which guides clients through environmental due diligence to assess properties for contamination risk, is now being led by Matt Bruckner. A licensed Professional Geologist, Matt will steer the firm’s broad expertise in water resourcing, remediation, and environmental compliance. His team can investigate and evaluate sites in…

  3. The Sign of a Leader

    Strong leaders make strong companies. At RETTEW, we’ve been fortunate to have so many strong leaders in our ranks over our 50-year history. One of those leaders, who retired in 2016, was Gary Stouffer. We recently renamed a conference room in our Mechanicsburg, PA office in his honor. Gary worked at RETTEW for nearly 30…

  4. A Day to Remember: Kid Edition

    What makes a good day at work? For a typical RETTEW employee, it might include some great client conversations, moving forward on a project, and completing a big deliverable. But a good day at work this week included a scavenger hunt, pizza for lunch, and Mr. Potato Head! RETTEW offices participated in National Take Our…

  5. Job Opportunities in West Virginia

    Business is booming in West Virginia! RETTEW’s Bridgeport, WV will host two Job Fair Open Houses this spring. We’re looking to fill more than 20 positions, including construction inspectors, safety consultants, survey chiefs and technicians, project engineers, and project managers. These positions will support projects in the energy, industrial, development, and transportation markets. Dates and…

  6. Same Town, New Address

    RETTEW’s West Virginia office has a new address. Still located in Bridgeport, W.V., the office is about three miles north of the former site. All employees currently working out of RETTEW’s Bridgeport office – about a dozen – will move to the new spot. Our local operations have focused mainly in the energy market but…

  7. The Big Zero

    Zero is one of RETTEW’s ongoing goals. And we hit it in mid-January this year! We went 24 months with zero OSHA-recordable incidents. That’s two full years without an employee getting injured and needing medical treatment beyond basic first aid. Two full years of everyone going home safe to their families every day. Two full…

  8. Welcome Enviroscan!

    RETTEW is excited to announce the addition of geophysics to our long list of services as we recently completed the asset purchase of Enviroscan, a recognized leader in the industry. Geophysics is the science of detecting and mapping underground, underwater, or otherwise hidden objects and features. Since 1992, Enviroscan has specialized in non-destructive, non-intrusive investigations to…

  9. RETTEW Part of the Conshohocken Community

    There’s a new kid on the block in Conshohocken, PA. RETTEW formally opened our new office there at 101 W. Elm Street. The bustling small community is just minutes from Center City Philadelphia via public transit or car. Situated right along the Schuylkill River, Conshohocken is known for its river trail, many parks and open…

  10. John Stipe Promoted to VP

    A long-time leader at RETTEW has been promoted. John B. Stipe III, formerly the Director of GeoEnvironmental and Subsurface Utility Engineering, will now serve as a Vice President. John will lead RETTEW’s environmental and underground investigation services, including geophysical mapping, subsurface utility locating, environmental due diligence, remediation, and environmental compliance. He will oversee three of…

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