RETTEW welcomes Marano, McClung, McKinney and Thompson
On: January 19, 2016 Filed Under: Member News
RETTEW is pleased to introduce several new hires throughout its offices in the Northeast.
A systems programmer in RETTEW’s Lancaster, Pa. office, Marano works in the firm’s information technology group. He develops user interfaces, web pages and custom reports for use throughout the company, allowing employees working remotely to gather information quickly and easily display it for internal or client purposes. With close to three years of experience in systems programming, Marano previously worked as a dot net software developer for Deloitte Consulting LLP. He has a bachelor’s degree in game software development from Westwood College in Denver, Colo., and resides in York, Pa.
Working in the firm’s natural sciences group, McClung is a senior environmental scientist in RETTEW’s Pittsburgh office. He works on projects on the energy market, focusing primarily on permitting and regulatory compliance. His experience includes environmental permitting, environmental assessments and other wildlife and ecological investigations and planning. With more than 15 years of experience, McClung has worked with universities, conservancies and in various industries nationwide. Most recently he was a senior environmental scientist with Kleinfelder, headquartered in San Diego, Calif. McClung is a member of the Ecological Society of America, the Society of Wetland Scientists and The Wildlife Society, and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware. He is involved with both the Ronald McDonald House charities in Pittsburgh as well as the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. McClung lives in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County.
Working in the firm’s Canton, Ohio office, McKinney is a designer in RETTEW’s transportation group. His main responsibilities include preparing drawings, layouts and plans for driveways, roads and bridges for permitting and design purposes. With almost 30 years of experience, McKinney has designed many different layouts, including civil engineering, architectural, structural, grading and mechanical plans. Previously with Ohio Gratings Inc., based in Canton, he was a designer for grating layouts. McKinney is a member of Autodesk User Group International and a licensed minister through the Church of God. He resides in Massillon, in Stark County.
A senior construction manager with RETTEW’s energy and environmental engineering group, Thompson works in the firm’s Mechanicsburg, Pa. office. He has more than 40 years of experience managing construction administration, inspection and design services for environmental engineering projects mainly in the municipal market. His work includes layout and design for both new and upgraded water and wastewater treatment plants, pump stations and collection systems. Previously with Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc. as a senior resident project representative, he has a certificate in building construction technology from the Harrisburg Area Community College. Thompson serves as vice chairman of the Fairview Township Planning Commission and resides in York County.
RETTEW, ranked on Engineering News-Record’s 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. Visit RETTEW Companies on Facebook and Twitter and RETTEW Associates Inc. on LinkedIn. ###