Pennoni Acquires RWD Consultants
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Pennoni, an award-winning multidiscipline engineering and consulting firm, is pleased to announce the acquisition of RWD Consultants, LLC (RWD) of Camden, NJ. RWD is an engineering firm with experience in the civil/site, environmental, transportation, and construction industries. With the addition of RWD, Pennoni is strengthening its presence in the City of Camden and furthering our commitment to our clients and teaming partners throughout South Jersey.
“We are excited to have RWD join Pennoni,” said Pennoni’s Chief Operating Officer David DeLizza. “RWD’s services match our core service offerings and they bring a wealth of experience to a region that Pennoni is committed to serving. RWD has a solid reputation and we look forward to having them as a part of the Pennoni family as we assist in the future development of the City of Camden.”
Founded in 2012, RWD offers expansive services in the areas of civil/site design and review, environmental engineering design and review, transportation engineering design and review, and construction management and inspection. RWD’s client base is a diverse mix from the public and private sectors. Their project portfolio includes civil/site and subdivision design, streetscape design, environmental investigation, review and remediation, and construction management and inspection for all types of commercial, residential, private, and public projects. RWD offers turnkey services and has experience in every phase of project development including conceptual planning, design, bid administration, and construction management.
RWD’s principals, Kenneth Long and Joseph Raday, PE, CME, who has worked in Camden for more than 16 years, will remain active in the firm.
“RWD is proud to join a firm with such a strong commitment to the communities in which they live and work. Pennoni’s focus on client service mirrors our approach to providing services to clients. We look forward to continuing relationships with existing clients, as well as developing new ones,” said Long.