Bannon Engineering provides planning services for industrial sites, manufacturers, developers, municipalities, communities, homeowners, regulators, and planning commissions. We are a member firm of the American Planning Association (APA), Vermont Planners Association, Toxic Use Reduction Planners Association. We have an American Institute of Certified Planner (AICP), a licensed Toxic Use Reduction Planner (TURP) with certification in resource conservation (RC) and environmental management systems (EMS) , a licensed Professional Engineer (PE), a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and a trained economist on staff.
Our planning approaches are founded on fundamentals while innovative, applying best practices, and balancing economics.
Bannon Engineering has licenses to several conceptual design platforms to create informative graphics to assist decision makers with understanding challenges and make informed decisions. We are trained to provide engaging outreach sessions for audiences ranging from Corporate Boards to Community Public Meetings to representation in front of Public Regulatory Boards.
Examples of our work include: Authoring the Bennington County Regional Transportation Plan, Assisting the Windham Regional Commission establish a county-wide Brownfields Redevelopment Program, Updating the Town of Peru Ordiances and Bylaws.