RETTEW’s CEO and Chairman of the Board plans to step down from his role effective February 4, but will remain with the company in a part-time capacity.
The Lancaster-based engineering consulting firm said Monday that Mark Lauriello will continue as CEO Emeritus with current president Clayton Bubeck taking on the role of CEO and president.
Lauriello has worked at RETTEW for more than 32 years in various roles including president, vice president and service area director.
Bubeck has led RETTEW as president since 2019 as part of Lauriello’s transition away from leading the company.
“Clayton’s leadership, client relationships and proven performance at RETTEW undoubtably make him the right choice to succeed me as CEO,” Lauriello said. “The company’s future is bright, and I have full confidence our leadership team, under Clayton’s helm, will take this company to new heights.”
Bubeck has worked for the company for 12 years. He started his career in RETTEW’s regional offices in Schuylkill County before leading the company’s entry into the oil and gas market.
As vice president of the firm’s energy division, he helped evolve RETTEW from a mid-Atlantic-based firm to one competing on a national level. Bubeck also played a vital role in transitioning the company to an employee-owned entity in 2018.
“I am deeply honored to have the opportunity to succeed Mark,” Bubeck said. “He has put a strong foundation in place, has been an amazing mentor and coach to so many of us at RETTEW, and I look forward to leading RETTEW to the next phase of our journey.”