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Rettew opens new office in Montgomery County

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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held for a new Rettew office in Conshohocken. Pictured, from left, are Clayton Bubeck, senior vice president of business development and strategy, Rettew; Rob Lauriello, COO, Rettew; Anita Barton, Conshohocken Borough Council member; Mark Lauriello, president, Rettew; state Rep. Mary Jo Daley; and Chad Dixson, regional manager, Rettew.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held for a new Rettew office in Conshohocken. Pictured, from left, are Clayton Bubeck, senior vice president of business development and strategy, Rettew; Rob Lauriello, COO, Rettew; Anita Barton, Conshohocken Borough Council member; Mark Lauriello, president, Rettew; state Rep. Mary Jo Daley; and Chad Dixson, regional manager, Rettew. - (Photo / )

Rettew Associates Inc., a Lancaster County engineering firm, has opened a new office in Montgomery County to support projects in eastern Pennsylvania.

Manor Township-based Rettew, which opened two new offices at the end of last year, now has 11 offices, including seven in Pennsylvania.

The new Conshohocken office will have a staff of about 20 people and support clients in the energy, industrial, transportation and development markets.

"The Philadelphia region is one of the epicenters of growth in the U.S. today," said Mark Lauriello, Rettew's president and CEO. "As we approach nearly 50 years in business, we're excited to continue to support our operations and meet client needs in the Northeast."

Rettew also has offices in Ohio, West Virginia and Colorado. The firm employs more than 350 people overall.

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Mark January 17, 2018 5:10 am

This is good news that you open your new office in Montgomery County.I read this news on bid4papers so I come here to congrats you at this special moment. Keep up the good work.

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