1. An MS4 EOR Contract

    Our first MS4 Engineer of Record appointment. RETTEW was recently named MS4 Engineer of Record for Penn Township in Lancaster County, PA. Our Senior MS4 Coordinator, Kara Kalupson, has been working closely with the Township on its Pollution Reduction Plan, part of the local government’s efforts to comply with the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)…

  2. Landmark Conservation Bill Passed

    More than one million acres conserved. Last week, the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act was passed and signed by both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and sent to the President’s desk. It designates more than one million acres of wilderness for environmental protection, reauthorizing a federal program that will…

  3. 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…

  4. Top 10 Civil Engineering Projects of All Time

    During National Engineers Week, we’re showcasing what civil engineers can do! It was one of the services RETTEW offered when we first hung out a shingle 50 years ago in 1969, but engineering was making an impact on the world long before that! Check out this infographic from Norwich University depicting the 10 most impressive…

  5. RETTEW Engineer Named ‘Young Engineer of the Year’

    One of RETTEW’s engineers has been named Young Engineer of the Year by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, Lehigh Valley Chapter. Elizabeth Helsel, known by her friends and colleagues as Lizzie, is an engineer in RETTEW’s Energy and Environmental Engineering group. Award winners are selected based on engineering experience, civic and local activities, educational…

  6. Meet Two New Employees

    RETTEW hired two new employees recently, one in our Pittsburgh, PA office and one in our Akron-Canton, OH office. Bill Randall  A senior hydrogeologist and geologist in our GeoEnvironmental group, Bill is a licensed Professional Geologist. He mentors a team and guides all aspects of geoscience investigations throughout Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. His…

  7. Avoid Scams

    Every year, scammers come up with more and more clever ways to trick you. We care deeply about safety, which applies not only to job sites and standard operating procedures, but also to the safety and security of our identity, money, and online presence. We’re rounding up several major scams identified by the Better Business…

  8. Stay Safe Working Outdoors in the Winter

    “Oh, the weather outside is frightful!” In the past few weeks, much of the U.S. has been blanketed by sub-freezing temperatures. Many of us, including RETTEW’s technical experts in the field, work outdoors nearly every day. Even when it’s not below freezing, winter air and temperatures can be dangerous. Follow our safety tips to make…

  9. 50 Years…and Counting!

    A half a century. That’s a long time! For 50 years, RETTEW has been making a difference. For our clients, for our employees, and for our communities. Our business was founded in 1969. Originally called J.C. Engineering/Surveying, we’ve grown from a small, family-owned company to a firm offering more than 600 services across 11 offices…

  10. A New Chapter

    Creating more support for professional women. One of RETTEW’s transportation engineers is helping to spearhead a new chapter of WTS, an organization dedicated to advancing professional women in the transportation industry. Juli Wolfe, Senior Project Manager, is one of five women partnering together to start a chapter in the Lehigh Valley, which encompasses Allentown, Bethlehem,…

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An MS4 EOR Contract

Our first MS4 Engineer of Record appointment. RETTEW was recently named MS4 Engineer of Record for Penn Township…

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Industry News

Landmark Conservation Bill Passed

More than one million acres conserved. Last week, the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act…

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