1. RETTEW Part of the Conshohocken Community

    There’s a new kid on the block in Conshohocken, PA. RETTEW formally opened our new office there at 101 W. Elm Street. The bustling small community is just minutes from Center City Philadelphia via public transit or car. Situated right along the Schuylkill River, Conshohocken is known for its river trail, many parks and open…

  2. Improving Infrastructure

    Roads and bridges. We use them every day. And to keep them in good shape, states and local governments need to continually invest in maintaining and updating our infrastructure. RETTEW is doing our part to help address transportation needs. In the last quarter of 2017, RETTEW advertised the bidding of about $25 million worth of…

  3. John Stipe Promoted to VP

    A long-time leader at RETTEW has been promoted. John B. Stipe III, formerly the Director of GeoEnvironmental and Subsurface Utility Engineering, will now serve as a Vice President. John will lead RETTEW’s environmental and underground investigation services, including geophysical mapping, subsurface utility locating, environmental due diligence, remediation, and environmental compliance. He will oversee three of…

  4. Spreading Cheer

    We can all use a little more cheer. Each year around the holidays, RETTEW offices across all our regions take time to focus on giving back to the community. Every office “adopts” a nonprofit in their area and staff work together to raise funds and gather donations to support families and children in need. We’re…

  5. Top Ten Citations

    2017 was a banner year for many firms, including RETTEW. But there are many companies that still have a lot to improve, particularly in the realm of safe work practices. RETTEW focuses on safety intently – we even won an award for our internal safety program. But there are still ways for us to step…

  6. A Time to Celebrate

    Before the holiday weekend commenced, we had the pleasure of celebrating the retirement of two RETTEW employees whose last day was December 31. We gave many rounds of applause and raised our glasses to Donna Schoenberger and Clark Bussey! Donna joined RETTEW in 2008 as an Administrative Assistant in the Civil/Municipal service area. She stayed…

  7. Ohio Job Fair – Don’t Miss It!

    The New Year is a great time to turn over a new leaf! And that leaf could be a new job! If you’re near the St. Clairsville, Ohio area, we might be able to help you with that. RETTEW is hosting a job fair on Tuesday, Jan. 9 from 4 – 7 p.m. and Wednesday,…

  8. New Hires at RETTEW this Fall

    RETTEW recently hired Joe Anderson, Cathy Bihlman, and Brian O’Neill. Joe Anderson Anderson, working in RETTEW’s Pittsburgh office, is a Project Technician in the Subsurface Utility Engineering group. He manages day-to-day project and client administration and assists with environmental work in the field. Anderson has previous customer service experience working the front desk for LA…

  9. More RETTEW in Central PA!

    There’s more RETTEW in the Central PA area than ever before.  RETTEW’s boots-on-the-ground are continuing to serve where our clients need us most. In late November, we opened a new office in State College, PA. Up to eight existing employees will work from the office, focusing on the firm’s Energy and Environmental Engineering services. We’ll…

  10. President Elected to PA Chamber Board

    RETTEW leaders are recognized throughout the industry and the business community in general for their guidance and expertise. And they’re often asked to put their experience to good use. Mark Lauriello, President and CEO of RETTEW, recently was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry. The…

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RETTEW Part of the Conshohocken Community

There’s a new kid on the block in Conshohocken, PA. RETTEW formally opened our new office there at…

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Improving Infrastructure

Roads and bridges. We use them every day. And to keep them in good shape, states and local…

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