PEDERSEN PLANNING CONSULTANTS
Mailing Address:  P. O. Box 2265, Granby, CO 80446-2265
Office:  97 Forrest Drive, Granby, Colorado
Tel: 970-887-3759 ∙ Cell:  307-760-2922 ∙ Cell: 307-760-6890
e-mail:  pedersenplanning@gmail.com

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Pedersen Planning Consultants (PPC) is a sole proprietorship registered in the State of Colorado.  Jim Pedersen is the principal planner and owner of the firm.  Pedersen relocated this firm to Granby, Colorado in 2010. 

Jim Pedersen originally established James Pedersen, Planning Consultant, in Volcano, Hawaii in 1986 after his association with various engineering organizations in Alaska, Hawaii, and California.  Mr. Pedersen has served as principal planner and owner of the firm since its inception.  The firm served various public and private clients in Alaska, Hawaii, American Samoa, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, and the Territory of Guam.  Pedersen Planning Consultants provided a wide range of planning services that supported public infrastructure and economic development programs, and other private investment projects.


Jim and Sandy Pedersen

In 1994, the firm relocated and established a corporate office in Encampment, Wyoming and changed its name to Pedersen Planning Consultants.  The relocation was made to expand PPC’s service area to include the Intermountain and Rocky Mountain region of the continental United States.

Since 1994, PPC has primarily provided community and regional land use planning, economic development, and land use management services to local and state government and quasi-public agencies, engineering firms, and other private companies in Wyoming, Colorado and Hawaii.  The firm specializes in providing a wide range of planning services to smaller and remote communities.

The services provided to U.S. Pacific Island Territories and independent Pacific Island nations have generally included the firm’s completion and/or participation in larger regional planning projects.  Such projects have generally involved community master plans, port master plans, economic development plans, natural resource management plans, water and wastewater master plans, and environmental assessments.