1. RETTEW Joins with SolMare, LLC to Construct One of the Nation’s Largest Floating Solar Arrays

    RETTEW is pleased to announce the execution of contracts with SolMare, LLC for the construction of one of the nation’s largest floating solar arrays for Clayton Sand Company in Jackson Township, N.J. SolMare, LLC will own and operate a 3.2MWdc floating solar array at Clayton Sand Company’s sand mining facility, providing all power needs through…

  2. Bridges: Inspections, Updates, Safety

    Safe practices beget safety. In South Middleton Township in Cumberland County, PA, RETTEW serves as the Township Engineer. This Township is home to many small bridges less than 20 feet long, which do not require regular inspections per federal standards. But as part of our role, we’ve helped institute a bridge inspection program to ensure…

  3. Bridge Survey and Safety

    The next step in a bridge’s transformation is complete, thanks to RETTEW’s Survey and Safety teams. Our Survey group worked hard to establish exact elevation points of each structural steel beam at the Safe Harbor Trestle Bridge, a future part of the Enola Low Grade Rail Trail. The railroad ties on the bridge are slated…

  4. Historic Bridge Ready for the Next 100 Years

    A historic bridge in Meyersdale, PA has been reconstructed! RETTEW led the design process for this historic arch structure, designating reuse of stone masonry, a concrete railing mimicking the original bridge, and refurbished Westinghouse light poles. RETTEW’s team of bridge engineers also designed storm sewer upgrades, internal structural upgrades, and safer pedestrian facilities. A stone…

  5. From the Oldest to the Newest

    The oldest covered bridge in Lancaster County, PA is now revitalized and open to traffic. Pequea No. 7, known locally as Neff’s Mill Covered Bridge, had been rated in poor overall condition. The structural timber was deteriorating and the timber deck showing major signs of wear and tear. Originally built in 1875, the bridge has…

  6. More than 500

    More than 500 bridges are complete! RETTEW is part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. We’ve been providing environmental permitting and consulting expertise on literally hundreds of projects the agency is undertaking. The public-private partnership project is a massive effort to replace 558 poor-condition bridges statewide. To date, 511 of those…

  7. Grant for Flood Study

    Less flooding = a safer community and environment. For Highspire Borough in Dauphin County, PA, new grant funding will start the process of reducing flooding in the community. With RETTEW’s help, the Borough received a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for more than $190,000 to complete a flood mitigation feasibility…

  8. Allentown is “Beaming”

    The last steel beam is in. At Five City Center in Allentown, PA, City Center’s latest project at 8th and Hamilton Streets, the last beam went up after a beam-signing celebration earlier this fall. The mixed-use development will include offices, apartments, a parking deck, and a hotel. At more than 200 feet tall, the 300,000-square-foot…

  9. Colorful Lines

    On a college campus in Western PA, it’s not only students who are adding to their knowledge base. RETTEW’s GIS and Subsurface Utility Engineering groups are working together to help locate and map every single underground utility across the campus. Our GIS team began by creating a campus map integrating underground plans. A damage prevention…

  10. Shiny and New

    The bridge on State Route 209 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, is complete! This RETTEW project involved replacing a dual-span structure over an active railroad and arch bridge repairs over a creek, as well as traffic signal timing adjustments, equipment upgrades, and roadway approach improvements. All improvements were made while keeping two lanes of traffic open…

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RETTEW Geophysics Expert Plays Key Role in Developing Landmine Solution

Through a nearly $1 million grant from NATO’s Science for Peace and Security Programme, RETTEW geophysicist and Franklin…

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Traveling to the Job Site – Without the Travel!

By Ryan Mastowski Project Manager, Land Development Akron-Canton Office RETTEW is constantly using new technology to help solve…

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