Jason Beren, P.E., LEED AP – jason@pearsonengineering.com


JasonJason Beren joined Pearson Engineering in 2010 bringing with him a wealth of experience in the field of HVAC engineering. A mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Jason joined a mechanical contracting firm as a project manager, and rose through the ranks as estimator, senior project manager, vice president of engineering, and part owner. LEED-accredited and a longtime member of ASHRAE and IFMA, Jason brings impeccable credentials and a long track record of successful engineering solutions for small and large clients alike!

Having an orientation of total customer satisfaction, Jason provides his clients with an array of options from the start, to ensure that their needs are fully met: By getting involved in a project early, Jason performs detailed scope-estimating and “what-if” calculations that evaluate the cost/benefit of various system options and configurations. As a result, clients can effectively choose systems that meet the requirements of both facilities and budget with no guesswork and substantial cost overruns. Jason is also adept at using today’s most advanced scheduling and planning technologies, allowing him to design projects where neither the process nor the results are left to chance. Being able to execute an orderly process and achieve the desired outcomes in a timely fashion has made him especially successful in commercial, educational and other settings where projects must be performed with minimal disruption to normal activities.

An accomplished engineer with extensive mechanical contractor experience, Jason Beren is ready to offer cutting-edge engineering solutions that fit both your time and budget requirements! Known for providing HVAC engineering services of unsurpassed quality and proven results, Pearson Engineering is proud to welcome Jason Beren to its ranks!

University of Wisconsin, BSME
U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accreditation

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
International Facility Management Association (IFMA)


Briggs & Stratton – Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Charged with decreasing facility natural gas use. Energy Load significantly reduced by eliminating old steam heaters which remained hot all summer, shutting off summer ventilation fans running in the winter, correcting unnecessary winter exhaust, and disconnecting unused distribution piping.

Chicago Tribune Building – Chicago, Illinois
The removal of printing presses from the building prompted converting the 1925-era steam system from High Pressure to Low Pressure. Results include 70% reduction in steam load, and significant savings in energy expense. Tribune Tower received a Natural Gas Savings Program Rebate check for over $230,000 from People’s Gas.

CUNA Mutual Group Corporate Headquarters – Madison, Wisconsin
A five year remodeling project consisting of 21 phases of a facility of 1 million square feet. The project included upgrades to the data center, chiller plant, and air handling systems.

EPICENTRE Biotechnologies – Madison, Wisconsin
Office and Laboratory facility of 80,000 square feet that included class 1000, 10,000 and 100,000 clean rooms.

American Family Corporate Headquarters – Madison, Wisconsin
Building C addition. An office building of 500,000 square feet.

Placon – Madison, Wisconsin
Chiller plant additions and modifications. The project added 300 tons of chiller capacity to the existing 700 ton process chilled water plant and improved the ability of the plant to run in cold temperatures.

Alliant Energy Center – Madison, Wisconsin
Dane County’s Exposition Center. 150,000 square feet of convention and meeting space.

Wisconsin PE No. 33555
Wisconsin HVAC Qualifier Certification No. 647327
Missouri PE No. 2013022006