RETTEW, an Engineering News-Record top 500 design firm providing engineering, transportation, environmental consulting, planning and surveying services, today announced six new shareholders.

“I’ve witnessed firsthand how these six individuals have grown professionally since their time here at RETTEW and welcome them as our newest shareholders,” said Mark Lauriello, PE, president, RETTEW. “They all have character, a strong work ethic and a willingness to serve.”

In addition to an individual’s work performance and professional contribution to the firm, RETTEW invites employees to become shareholders based on their demonstrated leadership; support of the firm’s vision, mission and core values; and entrepreneurial spirit.

D. Eric Brinser, RLA

Brinser is manager of the land development group in RETTEW’s Mechanicsburg office. He has 16 years of experience in subdivision and land development planning for industrial, commercial, institutional, recreational and residential projects. He has been with RETTEW since 2000 and is a registered landscape architect (RLA) with a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from West Virginia University. Brinser is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Urban Land Institute. He resides in Elizabethtown, Lancaster County.

Rebecca S. Denlinger

Denlinger is a regional manager at RETTEW with more than 17 years of experience, which includes extensive project development and financing work with communities and non-profit organizations. Working from RETTEW’s Lancaster office, she also serves as senior advisor to the firm’s community development group. Denlinger has been with RETTEW since 2006 and is certified by the National Development Council as an economic development finance professional (EDFP). She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and economics from the University of Delaware and her master’s degree in public administration from Penn State University. Denlinger serves on the board of the Pennsylvania Downtown Center and Red Rose Transit Authority. She is also is a member of the West Lampeter Township Planning Commission in Lancaster County, where she is a resident.

Brian W. Engle, PE

Engle serves as director of RETTEW’s land development services from the firm’s Mechanicsburg office. He is responsible for maintaining extensive client contacts on all phases of projects, growing and sustaining land development operations throughout RETTEW’s regional offices, as well as business development/marketing and strategic planning in his service area. He also oversees the firm’s surveying operations. Engle has been with RETTEW since 2005 and has more than 20 years of experience, which includes agricultural, municipal and civil/site engineering. A registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania and Maryland, Engle earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in agricultural engineering from Penn State University. He is a resident of Boiling Springs, Cumberland County, Pa.

David E. Hoglund, PE

Hoglund is manager of bridge engineering within RETTEW’s transportation group in the firm’s Lancaster office. He oversees bridge engineering operations and serves as technical advisor, coach and mentor to the firm’s bridge engineers and designers. Hoglund has more than 13 years of cumulative experience in structural design, highway design and municipal engineering. He has been with the firm since 2005 and has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Penn State University. Hoglund is president of the Association of Bridge Construction and Design, Susquehanna Chapter, and a Lancaster County resident.

Charles L. Myers, PE

Myers serves as department head of energy services within RETTEW’s environmental engineering group; he works from the firm’s Schuylkill Haven office. As department head, Myers’ primary responsibility is to ensure all projects are executed according RETTEW’s quality standards. He also focuses on manpower, scheduling, mentoring, quality assurance, quality control and business development. Myers has more than 15 years of engineering consulting experience in utility systems design, project management and evaluation. He has been with RETTEW since 2004 and has bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering and engineering management from Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly University of Missouri-Rolla). Myers is a resident of Lehigh County and active in his church and several professional organizations.

John B. Stipe, III, CPSS

Stipe is a manager in RETTEW’s environmental sciences group; he works from the firm’s Lancaster office.

He has 13 years of environmental consulting experience, which includes Phase I and II environmental site assessments, environmental and waste permitting, Pennsylvania Act 2 site investigations, and soil and geotechnical evaluations. He is a certified professional soil scientist (CPSS) and has been with RETTEW since 1998. Stipe has a bachelor’s degree in environmental resource management from Penn State University with additional post-baccalaureate studies in geology and soil science from Millersville University. In addition to several statewide and national professional associations, he is on the board of the Conestoga Township Planning Commission. Stipe resides in Conestoga, Lancaster County, PA.