RETTEW Welcomes Snyder as Senior Transportation Engineer

Lancaster, Pa. – RETTEW, an Engineering News-Record top 500 design firm providing engineering, transportation, environmental consulting, planning and surveying services, recently welcomed Jason A. Snyder, PE, as senior engineer in the firm’s transportation group.

“Jason’s breadth of experience in highway improvement projects broadens RETTEW’s ability to provide PennDOT and the Turnpike with services that support improving Pennsylvania’s critical transportation infrastructure,” said Mark Lauriello, PE, president, RETTEW. “I welcome Jason to RETTEW.”

As senior transportation engineer, Snyder manages projects within the firm’s highway group, developing and managing project scopes, budgets and schedules and ensuring exceptional project delivery and client satisfaction. He is also involved in business development and identifying growth opportunities relating to the firm’s providing transportation engineering services.

With 15 years of experience designing highway and transportation facilities, Snyder has worked on numerous transportation studies and highway improvement projects for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, including the Dauphin Bypass (U.S. Route 22/322) project in Dauphin County and the Lewistown Bypass (U.S. Route 22/522) project in Mifflin County His experience also includes civil/municipal engineering; he has worked with municipalities, the United States Department of Defense and private-sector businesses.

Snyder has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Lafayette College and is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Additionally, he is Level II certified in highway design from the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) and a certified sewage enforcement operator in Pennsylvania.

Snyder is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers; the American Society of Highway Engineers; the American Public Works Association, Central Pennsylvania Chapter; the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Engineers; the Pennsylvania Association of Sewage Enforcement Officers; the Jacobus Lions Club; and the Lafayette College Alumni Association, Central Pennsylvania Chapter. A resident of York County, he also serves as regional representative to the York Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.

RETTEW, ranked by Engineering News-Record magazine as one of the top 500 design firms in the United States, provides engineering, transportation, environmental consulting, planning, surveying and related consulting services to a broad range of clients in the mid-Atlantic region. Beginning in 1969 as a single-person office, today RETTEW has more than 200 employees. Offices are located in Bethlehem, Camp Hill, Chambersburg, Lancaster, and Schuylkill Haven, Pa.; and Liberty and Margaretville, N.Y. For more information on any of RETTEW’s services, please call 1-800-RETTEW-5 or e-mail