Peggy Pisula Miller ’80 Joins Rettew Environmental Engineering

Peggy Miller

Margaret “Peggy” Pisula Miller ’80 was recently welcomed as a project manager in Rettew’s environmental engineering group.

“Peggy brings to Rettew a wealth of experience in working with the federal government and proven expertise in water and wastewater,” said Mark Lauriello, president of Rettew.

Miller is responsible for business development in the federal market sector. Specifically, she is tasked with building and maintaining client relationships in the federal market and coordinating with project managers and subconsultants on a wide range of federal government projects. Miller also provides project management expertise on various water and wastewater projects. She works primarily from Rettew’s Mechanicsburg, Pa., office.

Miller has more than 20 years of experience working with several governmental agencies on the federal level, including the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, she has more than 31 years of experience in water and wastewater system investigation; design, operations, and treatment; management; regulatory negotiation; permitting; and federal, state, and local regulation compliance. Her project management experience includes a wide range of diverse environmental and engineering projects. She is well versed in permit preparation; design, operations, and maintenance evaluations; water quality evaluations; and water quality investigations and laboratory studies, including process pilot plant studies, permit applications, permit management, and expert witness testimony for court proceedings.

An active member of the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA), Miller represents PMAA on several Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection advisory committees, including the Chesapeake Bay Point Source Advisory Committee, the Chesapeake Bay Water Implementation Plan (WIP) Phase I Committee, and the Chesapeake Bay WIP Phase II Committee. She is also a member of the Central Pennsylvania Water Quality Association, the Society of American Military Engineers, and the Water Works Operators’ Association of Pennsylvania.

Miller has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She resides in Hanover, Adams County, Pa.

Rettew is an Engineering News-Record top 500 design firm providing engineering, transportation, environmental consulting, planning, and surveying services.