1. Temporary Waterline Construction

    An oil and gas client wanted a more efficient and cost-effective method of conveying source water to their drilling and completions operations in the Power River Basin, Wyoming, and decided to use temporary waterlines to eliminate the costly process of trucking in shipments of water. After completing hundreds of successful temporary waterlines projects for the…

  2. Industrial Zone Transportation Access Study

    Looking to determine its redevelopment potential, two Montgomery County municipalities needed a comprehensive evaluation of 366 acres that straddles their municipal boundary. Once the scene of vibrant industrial business activity, the vitality of the industries at this location diminished as regional economies evolved and traditional industries migrated to other parts of the country, downsized, or…

  3. West Penn and Walker Townships Act 537 Sewage Facility Plan Updates

    West Penn and Walker Townships required an Act 537 sewage facility plan update. The previous engineering firm for the Townships prepared an update study over the course of four years, but the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) deemed it incomplete. The Townships wanted RETTEW to complete the study, incorporating as much of the…

  4. Sayreville Solar Array

    Looking for the most effective way to meet the Bordentown Road Water Treatment Plant’s renewable energy and cost reduction goals, the Borough of Sayreville hired our team to design and build one of the largest floating solar arrays in the United States. The team includes RETTEW, a New York City-based investing firm, an international equipment…

  5. Willow Valley Crossroads Development

    As property manager and developer Willow Valley looked at what would be their biggest commercial expansion to date, they realized they needed someone to handle the minutia of plan details as well as the big-picture strategy. This particular development involved an overall master plan for an approximately 60,000-SF commercial property on 80 acres that incorporated…

  6. Lancaster Regional Business Center Site Development

    The client wanted to develop a high-profile office building on a site that had minimal stormwater facilities and a floodplain that covered a quarter of the property. They also needed to preserve a major culvert, which allowed stormwater to pass through the site to the floodplain area. The project required more advanced stormwater facilities, while…

  7. Liberty North Redevelopment

    Using our diverse mix of services, RETTEW worked with the owner to transform what was once the site of the abandoned Armstrong World Industries flooring factory, into a vibrant mixed-use campus in Lancaster City. The work included researching the previous environmental conditions, stormwater infrastructure, land development approvals, traffic impacts, and site utilities to assist in…

  8. York Town Center Commercial Development

    High Real Estate Group wanted to establish a power/lifestyle center on an inactive industrial site. Recycling the site would bring new economic growth to the community without additional unwanted sprawl. This new commercial center would provide a one-stop shopping opportunity unlike any other in York County. Situated at U.S. Route 30 and Mount Zion Road,…

  9. London Vale Road Storm Sewer System

    During the review of the land development plans for Pequea Valley School District’s new Paradise Elementary School, RETTEW determined that the proposed storm sewer system did not comply with the Township’s requirements to discharge water to a watercourse. The School District needed to design, develop, and build a storm sewer system that would meet this…

  10. Quality Bicycle Parts Distribution Center

    Widely known as the best wholesale distributor in the cycling industry, Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) was rapidly expanding and in need of a new facility. Looking to embed themselves in a strong biking region, QBP settled on Lancaster County but needed help finding a suitable location and navigating through that new area’s approval and permitting…

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New Transportation Market Lead at RETTEW

RETTEW is delighted to announce Dave Hoglund, regional Transportation Team Lead, will be taking over the role of…

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Penn State Baseball Player Named RETTEW 2023-24 Endowed Scholarship Winner

RETTEW is proud to announce the recipient of the 2023-24 RETTEW Endowed Scholarship for Intercollegiate Athletics at Penn…

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