The Harman Group (THG), a firm specializing in structural engineering and parking planning and design, announced the topping off of the Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center (RISC) at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa.
Urban Engineers announced that Owen Hitchcock, a graduate student at the Pennsylvania State University, is the winner of the firm’s inaugural Excellence Student Article Competition.
Urban Engineers announced that William “Bill” Petit, PE, will succeed George H. Willis, PE, as vice president and office manager of the firm’s Erie office, effective this month. Willis, who currently serves as senior vice president and office manager, will be retiring after 43 years.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania (ACEC/PA) awarded RETTEW a Diamond Award for its Natural Gas Virtual Pipeline Terminal Design project.
The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts needed a much larger space that would accommodate more students and deliver an enriching arts education experience. They found the perfect site in South Bethlehem, Pa., and precast concrete was determined to be the perfect construction material based on site location, project schedule, and desired aesthetic look for the building.
RETTEW recently completed the asset purchase of Enviroscan, a Lancaster-based geophysics company. The transaction, finalized Feb. 5, joins the specialized geophysics services of Enviroscan with RETTEW’s engineering, surveying, and environmental consulting business.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from interested and qualified firms to provide Professional Architectural and Engineering Design and Construction Phase Services for the Terminal Modernization Program (TMP) at Pittsburgh International Airport.
RETTEW opened its sixth office in Pennsylvania. Located in State College, Centre County, the office will serve as a regional hub for staff working in RETTEW’s Energy and Environmental Engineering group.
Brandywine Realty Trust, in partnership with Drexel University, broke ground on Phase I construction of the mixed-use, master-planned Schuylkill Yards development in University City. The first phase of the $3.5 billion, multi-year project will enhance the public realm by creating a 1.3-acre community park at the corner of 30th and Market Streets to be known as Drexel Square