Multi-State Engineering Licenses

Pearson Engineering personnel hold professional engineering licenses in many states throughout the country. We routinely utilize Licensure by Comity to achieve license status in additional states to meet our clients’ needs.


Celebrating Community Growth & Prosperity

We believe in giving back to communities to improve their quality of life. We offer financial support to many groups including the following:

  • Dane County Humane Society Bark & Wine
  • Madison Rotary Foundation which provides grants to Madison area non-profit organizations
  • NBC 15’s Share Your Holidays to eliminate hunger campaign in cooperation with Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
  • Pearson Engineering Endowed Scholarships awarded by Madison College Foundation to students enrolled in various engineering studies
  • Babies & Beyond of WI providing free assistance to Madison area families
  • ProHealth Care Foundation that supports Waukesha County health and wellness programs

At the industry level, we contribute to a research program led by ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers). We’re also a Gold Sponsor for the local IFMA Chapter (International Association of Facility Managers).

Our employees also donate time to local organizations. Jason Beren served as president of the Rotary Club of Madison, one of the 10 largest clubs in the world.  Brian Basken serves on the board of the Madison Rotary Foundation.

Since 2006, Jason has helped organize and train the swim safety volunteers for the Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon.

Our History

Dick Pearson returns to his hometown of Madison and starts Pearson Engineering to provide analysis and problem-solving engineering services for HVAC systems.
Pearson Engineering teams up with CUNA Mutual Group in Madison, a relationship that lasts to this day.
Brian Basken joins Pearson Engineering.
ProHealth Care and Pearson Engineering begin working together to improve campus and facility healthcare standards in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Madison Area Technical College and Pearson Engineering begin collaborating on projects to improve indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
Jeremy Bartell, our former engineering student co-op, joins Pearson Engineering.
Anne Meyer becomes Pearson Engineering’s administrator.
Brian Basken and Jeremy Bartell become the owners of Pearson Engineering.
Dan White becomes Pearson Engineering’s HVAC designer.
Jason Beren joins Pearson Engineering’s senior project team.
Kyle Halverson, our former engineering student co-op, joins Pearson Engineering.
Dick Pearson’s milestone (aka: retirement) is celebrated by friends and colleagues. Dick continues to be active in ASHRAE and with occasional special projects at Pearson Engineering.
Lillibridge Health Care Services retains Pearson Engineering to assess, plan and modernize HVAC systems for their nationwide portfolio of medical properties.
Nathan Hensley joins Pearson Engineering’s CAD team.
Kyle Halverson becomes a partner at Pearson Engineering.
Alex Olson joins Pearson Engineering’s CAD team.

After 15 years, Anne Meyer retires as Pearson Engineering’s administrator.
Jen Bartell becomes Pearson Engineering’s Administrative Assistant.

Tanner Hudziak, a former engineering student co-op, joins Pearson Engineering.