GVF Welcomes New Partner RETTEW


L-R: Rob Henry, Executive Director, GVF; Chad Dixon, AICP, PP, Regional Manager, RETTEW

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - GVF, a not-for-profit dedicated to improving transportation and infrastructure throughout the region, is pleased to announce that RETTEW has joined its dynamic and diverse partnerships.

 Founded in 1969, RETTEW began as a small, local firm; today, they have a national presence and employ more than 350 professionals across 11 offices. RETTEW’s expertise includes civil, transportation, environmental and structural engineering; site planning and design; surveying; safety consulting; subsurface utility engineering; and design-build services. 

RETTEW has been placed on Engineering News-Record’s annual list of Top 500 Design Firms almost every year since 2000. Other awards RETTEW has received include; Quality Achievement Award and the Quest for Business Excellence Award. 

RETTEWs expertise is varied: offering close to 600 engineering, environmental, surveying, planning, safety, and related consulting services in a range of markets. To find out more about Rettew click here https://www.rettew.com/

“RETTEW is excited to be a partner of GVF. Transportation design and engineering have been a part of RETTEW’s nearly 50-year history. We share GVF’s passion for enhancing our communities and look forward to collaborating on the improvement of the region’s transportation infrastructure,” Chad Dixon, AICP, PP, Regional Manager, RETTEW.
"GVF welcomes RETTEW to our list of partners. We truly appreciate the support of RETTEW as a new partner and we look forward to working with them towards our common goal of improving mobility and infrastructure throughout the region,” said Rob Henry, Executive Director, GVF.
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