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TMACC announces new artnership with RVE

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The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC), a local non-profit advocating for better transportation options, is proud to announce the addition of Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. to their diverse list of members.

Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. provides design and engineering services in the mid-Atlantic region. It offers civil, facilities, municipal, and environmental engineering services, as well as survey, planning, inspection, contract administration, construction management, LEED consulting, CADD/geographic information systems, and green technology services. The company offers its services for municipal roadways, parks, schools, water and wastewater management systems. Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. was founded in 1901, making it one of the oldest consulting firms in the country.

RVE has worked on multiple projects in Greater Philadelphia.  Currently in Chester County, RVE is working with Kennett Township on designing and constructing a roundabout that merges South Union Street, Hillendale Road and Old Kennett Road.

“We are very excited to have another dynamic design and engineering firm added to our list of growing members in Greater Philadelphia’s marketplace.” Said TMACC Executive Director, Tim Phelps.

“RVE is pleased to be a member of TMACC and we welcome the opportunity to bring our expertise in the transportation sector to this significant partnership,” said Christopher Fazio, P.E., Executive Vice-President of the Conshohocken, PA and Newark, DE offices at RVE.

The mission of TMACC is to activate, foster and facilitate cooperation between the public and private sectors of Chester County to identify, evaluate, and analyze significant transportation issues and to recommend solutions that reduce congestion and improve air quality.

To learn more about TMACC’s projects and membership, visit www.tmacc.org.