RETTEW President and CEO Elected to PA Chamber Board of Directors

Posted On On: December 4, 2017 Categories Filed Under: Member News

Mark Lauriello, president and CEO of RETTEW, was elected to serve on the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry’s Board of Directors. The PA Chamber advocates for businesses across the Commonwealth to expand job creation, workforce development and business growth.

Directors are responsible for determining policy positions, assisting with membership recruiting and retention, and participating in committees. Lauriello joins fellow board members Robert Beard, president and CEO of UGI Utilities, Michael Dunleavy, vice president of corporate development for Crown Holdings Inc., and Geoffrey Eddowes, senior vice president of post-acute services at Lancaster General Health, among several others.

RETTEW’s President since 2004, Lauriello has worked at the firm for more than 28 years. His several achievements include landing the firm at the top of Engineering News-Record’s list of fastest growing design firms in the country, opening three new offices in 2017, and nearly doubling the number of employees while expanding the firm’s target markets and service offerings.

Lauriello is a professional engineer with more than 30 years of experience, working on engineering and planning projects throughout the mid-Atlantic region. During his career at RETTEW, he has held multiple roles including project manager, director and vice president before taking on his current role. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Delaware, where he now serves as an External Advisory Committee member for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

His community involvement has included serving on the Economic Development Company of Lancaster County’s Finance Corporation Board of Directors and Loan Committee, on the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Community Prosperity Hub Advisory Council, as chairman of the Manor Township Planning Commission in Lancaster County, as chairman of the Blue Rock Regional Fire District and as an instructor for Junior Achievement. His professional organization involvement includes the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the U.S. Congressman Lloyd K. Smucker Transportation Advisory Committee.

“I am honored to be nominated and elected to this role,” Lauriello said. “I take leadership very seriously, and this enables me to apply my knowledge and experience across the state by providing guidance and a unified voice to the business community.”

RETTEW, ranked on Engineering News-Record’s 2017 list of top design firms, began providing civil engineering and surveying services in 1969. Today RETTEW has more than 350 employees and  offices located in Allentown, Lancaster, Mechanicsburg, Pittsburgh, State College and Williamsport, Pa.; St. Clairsville and Uniontown, Ohio; 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