Rettler Corporation celebrates 30 years
For the City Times
STEVENS POINT – A Stevens Point-based landscape architect firm, specializing in landscape architecture, civil engineering, land surveying and construction management services, is celebrating 30 years.
Rettler was founded in 1989 by Rick Rettler. Rettler says that the company has always taken a different approach to landscape architecture by “focusing on the people first and making them the priority. Every project starts by helping clients realize their vision and improve the quality of life for the communities they live in.”
“Three decades later, the growth we’ve experienced is incredible,” John Kneer, president of Rettler Corporation, said. “As we move into the next 30 years and beyond, we will continue to innovate and provide cutting-edge design in our field by focusing on our clients and our customers’ needs.”
Rettler has worked on many diverse projects throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest, including its inaugural air-inflated dome structure in the University of Wisconsin System at the Student Recreation Complex at UW Oshkosh; Klipstine Park in Ashwaubenon; the Stevens Point Downtown Square; Oakleaf Stadium at Altoona High School; Kenneth & Ardyce Heiting Community Stadium at Marshfield High School; and the track and field redevelopment project at Kiel High School.
Rettler Corporation has won awards for the design and development of sports facilities throughout the state of Wisconsin including the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse soccer facilities in 2019. Additionally, Rettler was awarded the 2018 Wisconsin Park and Recreation Association’s Park Facility Award of Excellence and has won the ASLA Merit Award for its work on the Stevens Point Downtown Square project.