1. Perdue Soybean Processing Facility Site Planning

    Perdue Grain and Oilseed, LLC (Perdue) desired to build a regional soybean processing facility based on current and future soybean needs in the region. The project was on an aggressive schedule, and the client anticipated encountering organized opposition. Perdue chose RETTEW because of our knowledge and experience with the local and county government and our…

  2. Ohio River Water System Project

    Our client was looking for an innovative way to address their water needs for well completion activities. They enlisted the help of RETTEW to evaluate reliable sources and implement an effective conveyance system. The decided plan was to use a relatively uninterruptable source: the Ohio River. RETTEW developed and permitted a 20-mile pipeline route, designed…

  3. Freshwater Impoundment Design

    Facing an aggressive schedule as well as volume constraints and permitting restrictions, this natural gas client needed a smart design for this freshwater impoundment. Having previously designed the adjacent well pad site, RETTEW coordinated with the client’s water professionals at that site for planning and scheduling efforts at the impoundment. This integrated approach allowed us…

  4. Fulton Bank Water Reuse Study

    As part of a major expansion project, Fulton Bank wanted to promote water reuse at its new 120,000-SF, eight-story headquarters building in downtown Lancaster. The project looked to maximize the capture of stormwater, minimize the quantity of potable water required for occupancy, and reduce site runoff and wastewater discharge. RETTEW conducted a water reuse study…

  5. Storage Tank Precision Monitoring 

    A natural gas client was building two 5-million-gallon steel tanks to store freshwater for its hydraulic fracking process. They also needed to monitor tanks for movement during a hydrostatic test of the structures. The project’s major challenge was scheduling; a survey crew needed to be on call around the clock for the duration of emptying…

  6. 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…

  7. Water Withdrawal Monitoring

    A natural gas client required ongoing water source monitoring to maintain water withdrawal operations. Endangered and threatened species inhabited a nearby wetland, prompting the Susquehanna River Basin Commission to require semi-annual monitoring of area plants, the macroinvertebrate community in the stream, and the stream’s flow volume and water chemistry. RETTEW’s integrated services provided design of…

  8. Sudlersville Water System Design

    The Town of Sudlersville does not have a centralized water system. Therefore, residents are exposed to potential health impacts from high levels of arsenic in the groundwater where private wells draw their water. The Town decided to pursue a centralized water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution system to provide the residents with clean, safe, and…

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Felicia Bechtel Selected as Central Penn Business Journal 2024 Women of Influence Honoree

We are thrilled to announce Felicia Bechtel, MSc, PG, Senior Geophysical Advisor at RETTEW, has been named as…

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