1. The Reserve at Greenfield

    High Real Estate Group wanted to introduce a new type of market-rate housing in this region of Lancaster County that offered high-end amenities and proximity to goods and services. The selected site was close to shopping, dining, and local attractions, but was constrained by a floodplain, which presented challenges in designing a stormwater system that…

  2. Shiremanstown Telecommunications Facility

    Triple Crown Corporation, a leading provider of real estate services in the Harrisburg region, had an agreement with a telecommunications company to house cellular antennas on the roof of one of their buildings. When Triple Crown sold this building, they still had to fulfill their obligation and sought to move the antennas to a newly…

  3. Pequea #5 Bridge

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) identified the existing three-span Pequea #5 Bridge as structurally deficient, so Lancaster County set out to replace it and concurrently address other important public concerns. Specific project goals included eliminating the piers to reduce maintenance costs, accommodating the Amish community, preserving the rural historic district, to which the bridge…

  4. Former Federal Mogul/NTN-BCA Ball Bearing Manufacturing Facility Decommissioning Assessment

    RETTEW completed an industrial site decommissioning assessment of the 30-acre Federal Mogul/NTN-BCA former ball bearing manufacturing facility, including a 277,000-SF industrial building. When fully operational, manufacturing processes at the site included heat treating, hardening, honing and grinding, and product assembly. These operations used a number of materials, most notably quenching oils (mineral oil used in…

  5. San Juan Basin Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

    A confidential oil and gas exploration and production client planned to acquire a large asset in the Rocky Mountain region including oil and gas wells, tank batteries, associated gathering lines, and a 200-acre storage yard throughout an area spanning three counties, the Navajo Nation, and Bureau of Land Management property. As part of the due…

  6. Triple J Associates Site Remediation

    A commercial client planned to rehabilitate and redevelop a former gas station. To secure financing for the project, the client needed to satisfy both the environmental due diligence and regulatory closure requirements of the lender. The site had a long history of storage tank releases, corrective actions, as well as a recent release of hydraulic oil from underground hydraulic lifts….

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RETTEW Charitable Foundation Awards Grant to Good Karma Garage

RETTEW is excited to announce Good Karma Garage is the recipient of a $7,000 grant from the RETTEW…

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For the last decade, RETTEW has been providing North America’s largest flat-rolled steel producer with visual structural inspections…

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