Providing our clients with sustainable planning and environmental solutions.

About Burton Planning Services

BPS was formed in 2008 by Kimberly Burton, and she leads a multi-disciplinary staff of 15 professionals, including planners, engineers, and environmental specialists. Click here to download the BPS Marketing Packet.

Our mission is to provide our clients with sustainable planning and environmental solutions that are timely, affordable, and customized for the client’s specific needs. BPS offers a broad range of services in:


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Company Updates

  • January 2022: Our e-learning endeavors are expanding this year! We have been selected to develop ODOT & DriveOhio’s Smart Mobility Ambassador Train-the-Trainer Program, which will include 3 e-learning modules that focus on how to recruit students and advisors, how to train students, and how to mentor students with regard to smart mobility technologies and industries. For another new ODOT contract, we will be developing 2 new UAS e-learning courses on types of UAS use and equipment.

  • December 2021: We are thrilled to announce that Kevin Buettner is joining us full time as the Sustainability & Resiliency Director! Kevin is an AICP certified planner with over 6 years of experience in transportation, sustainability, and resiliency planning, along with economic development and funding assistance. He has specific expertise in regional and rural planning. He is also an FAA-certified sUAS Operator, LEED accredited professional, and Air Force veteran!

  • November 2021: BPS is expanding its education and engagement experience! We have joined a team to assist with developing two new Complete Streets courses for the National Highway Institute and FHWA. The first course is focused on planning, and the second on design. Both courses will have a combination of web-based e-learning and instructor-led modules.

  • October 2021: We’re excited to be kicking off two projects that focus on active transportation and equity! We are serving as a subconsultant on the KYOVA 2050 MTP project, as well as the NOACA Lake Erie Connect project. For both projects, we’ll be analyzing demographic data and existing plans and facilities to identify gaps in multi-modal networks that are essential to local communities.


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