1. A Leg Up

    Hard labor and horses make for a pretty great day. The RETTEW Charitable Foundation recently provided $5,000 in grant funding to Leg Up Farm in York County, PA. The nonprofit organization is a therapy center for children with special needs. Each grant from RETTEW’s foundation is aligned with a volunteer component spearheaded by the RETTEW…

  2. Five New Faces

    RETTEW has hired six staff members in its offices, ranging from Bridgeport, West Virginia to Allentown, Pennsylvania Russalle Anthes Russalle works in RETTEW’s Pittsburgh office as a Senior Program Manager, focusing on our energy market segment. Previously a landman and project manager, she has close to eight years of experience in securing oil and gas,…

  3. Meet RETTEW’s Summer Interns!

    RETTEW is growing its internship program and has several interns working for us this summer, demonstrating their passion and potential!  

  4. July 4 Safety

    Practice these safety tips to fully enjoy your July 4 holiday!  

  5. A Fish of a Tale

    A grassy knoll is now teeming with fish. When a local client wanted to add a pond to their property, they contacted RETTEW. The biologists at RETTEW got to work on designing and acquiring permits for the project. Within a year, our team completed plans, attained permits, and began construction. We recommended Flyway Excavating, Inc….

  6. Women in Engineering/STEM

    RETTEW has a proud history of working with and employing women engineers, as well as women in many other STEM-related fields. Engineering, landscape architecture, surveying, biology, geology, archeology, science, safety, and IT are just of some of the STEM areas where woman provide technical expertise for our clients and on projects internally. We appreciate the…

  7. Creek Banks, Cows, and the Chesapeake Bay

    A creek restored on a farm. It may seem like a small project, but the Big Beaver Creek restoration on an Amish farm in Lancaster County, PA will make a big difference in the local and regional environment. The restoration project won the 2018 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence this Spring, awarded by the Pennsylvania…

  8. Hunt and Wilson at RETTEW

    RETTEW has hired Jessica Hunt and David Wilson to support the firm’s growth in the Government and Development market segments. Jessica Hunt Working from RETTEW’s headquarters in Lancaster, PA, Hunt is a project technician in the firm’s Civil/Municipal Engineering group. She manages budgets, client contacts, and quality control on many project deliverables. Hunt has about…

  9. Bruckner Promoted

    RETTEW has a new Director. Our GeoEnvironmental Services group, which guides clients through environmental due diligence to assess properties for contamination risk, is now being led by Matt Bruckner. A licensed Professional Geologist, Matt will steer the firm’s broad expertise in water resourcing, remediation, and environmental compliance. His team can investigate and evaluate sites in…

  10. An Event for Economics

    Direct funding for community projects. That’s the goal of the Cumberland Valley Alliance, a partnership of local businesses and organizations. Each participant contributes a regular amount. The funding goes directly to the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation in Central PA, which in turn goes directly to community and economic development projects. We’re passionate about helping…

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A Leg Up

Hard labor and horses make for a pretty great day. The RETTEW Charitable Foundation recently provided $5,000 in…

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Employee Update

Five New Faces

RETTEW has hired six staff members in its offices, ranging from Bridgeport, West Virginia to Allentown, Pennsylvania Russalle…

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