1. Columbia Water Company GIS

    Columbia Water Company (CWC) serves more than 10,000 customers in six municipalities on both sides of the Susquehanna River, in Lancaster and York Counties. CWC maintains assets dating back to the 1860s, and up until recently, was keeping most of its records and drawings on paper in their administrative office. Performing field maintenance often involved…

  2. Shippensburg Borough Authority Well Improvements

    Shippensburg Borough Authority authorized RETTEW to design improvements to the Authority’s existing well site, which was last updated 17 years before. The upgrades were necessary to provide water for increased system demand. The improvements also raised worker and public safety awareness with a conversion from chlorine gas to on-site sodium hypochlorite generation. The existing site…

  3. Sudlersville Water System Design

    The Town of Sudlersville does not have a centralized water system. Therefore, residents are exposed to potential health impacts from high levels of arsenic in the groundwater where private wells draw their water. The Town decided to pursue a centralized water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution system to provide the residents with clean, safe, and…

  4. W. Edward Goodhart Storage Tank

    The Shippensburg Borough Authority water system was below the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection recommended storage standards for some time and did not have any dedicated storage in its middle pressure zone. This pressure zone had experienced increased water usage in recent years, especially from local industry. RETTEW recommended a new 3-million-gallon water storage tank…

  5. Brodhead Creek Regional Authority Well No. 3 Water Filtration Facility

    In 2004, Brodhead Creek Regional Authority (BCRA) initiated the development of a new well source (Well No. 3) along McMichael Creek to increase their available source water supply. Upon startup of the well in 2010, BCRA experienced production and water quality challenges. Subsequent water quality sampling identified turbidity spikes and indicated the presence of coliform…

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Searching for Historic Graves

In Swatara Township, unmarked gravesites and burials from generations ago were lost, but not forgotten. RETTEW partnered with…

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Municipal Soil

Underground investigations can help ensure a building stands strong, without structural problems. On a recent project for South…

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