Founded in 1975 in New York State, its offices are now located in Stowe, Vermont and Newbury, New Hampshire. Pearson & Associates, Inc. is registered for the practice of professional engineering in the States of Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont and Virginia.

We have an intense interest in the conservation of our present energy resources and in the wise and economical development of alternate energy sources. Our design work has traditionally involved energy-conscious techniques and methods. Pearson & Associates has a background in the evaluation, design and review of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, domestic hot water, electrical and process systems for commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal buildings.

Mechanical/electrical design projects involve special requirements which demand special considerations. Some of those considerations include the physical limitations imposed by the process or site, code requirements, safety of equipment and personnel, energy efficiency, and cost effectiveness of the design.

We provide complete engineering and administrative services for mechanical and electrical systems and projects.


Edward Pearson, P.E.
Edward E. Pearson, P.E., received his BSME from Kettering University, Flint, Michigan while working as a Co-Op Engineering Student with Fisher Body ...

Alan Gould, P.E.
Mr. Gould has extensive experience in the design and construction of all types of projects in Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire. ...

Jared Marble
Jared Marble, AutoCAD Design Technician, graduated with a CAD Drafting Tradesman Certificate from Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts. ...

Cheryl DeMinico
Cheryl DeMinico, Electrical Designer, has an Associate’s Degree in Architectural Engineering from the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, New Hampshire. Cheryl ...

Arlene Marrinan
Arlene Marrinan, Office Manager & Bookkeeper, has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Iona College, New Rochelle, NY. Before joining ...

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