RETTEW announces three new hires
On: April 7, 2016 Filed Under: Member News
RETTEW is pleased to announce three new employees in its Pennsylvania offices.
Working from RETTEW’s Williamsport, Pa. office, William Depew is an electrical engineer in the firm’s energy and environmental engineering group. He designs controls and power distribution for clients in the municipal and industrial sectors, managing system designs, updates, and troubleshooting. Depew brings five years of experience in his career working with water and wastewater systems, most recently for Process Control Solutions in Winfield, Pa. as a controls engineer. He has a bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University in electrical engineering, and has qualified as an Engineer in Training. Depew is a member of the Greater Susquehanna Valley Young Professionals, and resides in Union County.
A civil engineer in RETTEW’s natural sciences group, Timothy Gawenus works from the firm’s Pittsburgh office. He is a registered Professional Engineer licensed in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. As a senior project manager, Gawenus oversees numerous details for projects in the pipeline industry. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the energy, transportation, and land development sectors, most recently focusing on the oil and gas work within Pennsylvania. Gawenus’ last position was with Wood Group Mustang Inc. as a senior project manager. A member of the American Society for Civil Engineers, he has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Buffalo in civil engineering, and resides in Peters Township, Washington County.
A highway engineer with nearly 25 years of experience, Mark VanHorne works in RETTEW’s Mechanicsburg, Pa. office. He manages workload and project direction in the firm’s transportation group, as well as engaging in business development and marketing. VanHorne brings experience on interstate highway reconstruction projects, traffic signal updates, intelligent transportation systems, and bridge replacement work. He is known for managing complex construction issues, short timelines and intricate work zone designs. Previously a project manager with Fairfax, Va.-based Dewberry, VanHorne is a member of the American Society of Highway Engineers as well as the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, and resides in Southampton Township, Franklin County. VanHorne has volunteered as a coach with the Carlisle Area Youth Soccer League for several years.
RETTEW, ranked on Engineering News-Record’s 2015 list of top design firms, began providing civil engineering and surveying services in 1969. Today RETTEW has more than 350 employees and ten offices located in Athens, Lancaster, Lehigh Valley, Mechanicsburg, Pittsburgh and Williamsport, P.A.; Canton, Ohio; Delhi, N.Y.; Bridgeport, W.V., and Denver, Colo. For more information on any of RETTEW’s services, please call 1-800-RETTEW-5 (1-800-738-8395) or visit www.rettew.com.