1. The Crossings at Conestoga Creek

    At an ideal intersection that serves as a gateway to the City of Lancaster, and near other popular amenities in the region, High Real Estate envisioned a high-end, mixed-use community. However, the property came with a lot of challenges, including steep slopes, wetlands, 35 acres of floodplains, and historic buildings. RETTEW worked with our client…

  2. York Town Center Commercial Development

    High Real Estate Group wanted to establish a power/lifestyle center on an inactive industrial site. Recycling the site would bring new economic growth to the community without additional unwanted sprawl. This new commercial center would provide a one-stop shopping opportunity unlike any other in York County. Situated at U.S. Route 30 and Mount Zion Road,…

  3. Franklin & Marshall College Brickyard Wetlands

    As part of a conservation and enhancement endeavor on Franklin & Marshall College’s (F&M) Brickyard property, the college decided to create additional wetland habitat to preserve existing floodplain wetlands and create a riparian planting corridor that offers educational and recreational opportunities to students and the public. Located along the Little Conestoga Creek, this project diversifies…

  4. Harrisburg Area Community College Stormwater Management System

    Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) wanted to improve their stormwater management system at their Gettysburg Campus, specifically to improve water quality and conservation by incorporating carefully planned best management practices (BMPs). RETTEW worked closely with HACC and project partner Adams County Planning Commission to design a new stormwater management plan that addressed both stormwater quality…

  5. Kirby House, Lafayette College Foundation Stabilization

    Kirby House at Lafayette College is a three-story masonry and brick residential dormitory that also contains a student lounge and a small café. For unknown reasons, the building had settled and large cracks formed on the interior and exterior walls. The College wanted to determine what caused these cracks and ensure that the building would…

  6. London Vale Road Storm Sewer System

    During the review of the land development plans for Pequea Valley School District’s new Paradise Elementary School, RETTEW determined that the proposed storm sewer system did not comply with the Township’s requirements to discharge water to a watercourse. The School District needed to design, develop, and build a storm sewer system that would meet this…

  7. Triple J Associates Site Remediation

    A commercial client planned to rehabilitate and redevelop a former gas station. To secure financing for the project, the client needed to satisfy both the environmental due diligence and regulatory closure requirements of the lender. The site had a long history of storage tank releases, corrective actions, as well as a recent release of hydraulic oil from underground hydraulic lifts….

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Pequea 6 (Ronks Road) Bridge Officially Opened

The County of Lancaster opened the Pequea 6 Bridge on Ronks Road in East Lampeter and Strasburg Townships….

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Phase II of UAJA Solar Array Formally Completed

The University Area Joint Authority (UAJA), Solar Renewable Energy, LLC (SRE), and RETTEW held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on…

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