1. Aspire! Intern Blog: Taylor Schechter, Safety Consulting

    As someone who had a major fear of public speaking since elementary school, conducting training classes is not something I thought I would ever voluntarily do – let alone enjoy. In college, I forced myself to take leadership roles that required me to public speak because I had to get better. Now, in this internship…

  2. Aspire! Intern Blog: Ricky Daddario, Transportation Engineer

    As an Assistant Engineer with RETTEW, I have had the opportunity to see the designs worked on in the office come to life in the construction process. I drive past one of these projects every day and have worked on it extensively – the Bavington Bridge replacement project. This project involved relocating a bridge 25…

  3. Aspire! Intern Blog: Zachary Witt, IT

    My name is Zachary Witt. I’m currently interning in the IT department. I’ve been with RETTEW since the beginning of March and I really like it here. I’ve already learned a lot with this position and I’m eager to learn more. I feel I’ve already contributed a lot to the IT department. I assist Zack…

  4. Manufacturing Video Contest for PA Students

    Another school year, another fun contest! RETTEW was proud to again sponsor the “What’s So Cool about Manufacturing?” contest, concluding with its 2019 Best of PA Championship last week. Developed by the Manufacturers Resource Center, the video-based competition is designed to increase awareness of career paths in manufacturing and STEM for students. The Pennsylvania championship…

  5. RETTEW Welcomes Daniel Simpson

      RETTEW recently hired Daniel Simpson as a Project Manager in our Denver, Colorado office. A Registered Environmental Manager, Daniel has more than 15 years’ experience managing compliance on projects in many industries, including aerospace, energy, industrial, commercial, and municipal. He has an extensive background in both sales and regulatory compliance with government agencies, and…

  6. Searching for Historic Graves

    In Swatara Township, unmarked gravesites and burials from generations ago were lost, but not forgotten. RETTEW partnered with the Friends of Midland Cemetery, a nonprofit with volunteers who maintain the site, to uncover those historic graves. Officially founded in 1795, but used many years earlier, Midland Cemetery is the burial site for many slaves, black…

  7. Municipal Soil

    Underground investigations can help ensure a building stands strong, without structural problems. On a recent project for South Middleton Township in Pennsylvania, RETTEW leveraged our geotechnical expertise to assist this municipal client. Geotechnical work typically doesn’t come to mind when thinking of a municipal or civil engineering firm. But at RETTEW, providing full-service support for…

  8. 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)…

  9. 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…

  10. 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…

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Aspire! Intern Blog: Taylor Schechter, Safety Consulting

As someone who had a major fear of public speaking since elementary school, conducting training classes is not…

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Aspire! Intern Blog: Ricky Daddario, Transportation Engineer

As an Assistant Engineer with RETTEW, I have had the opportunity to see the designs worked on in…

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