John D. Plante, PE
John Plante has more than 35 years of civil engineering consulting experience specializing in site development, permitting, transportation, traffic analysis and value engineering. He has been responsible for the engineering design and preparation of contract documents for a wide variety of projects. He has served as both project engineer and project manager for site development and transportation infrastructure projects for public and private clients. He specializes in urban, mixed-use development and the complex engineering and regulatory challenges they present. Project manager responsibilities have included the supervision of multi-disciplined teams of engineers in the execution of projects from the due diligence/planning stage through approvals and construction.
He is the executive responsible for the management of and operations of the firm’s New Haven, Connecticut and Boston, Massachusetts offices. John was appointed to the Connecticut General Assembly’s Shoreline Preservation Task Force, which is tackling climate change’s impacts on the state’s residents, infrastructure and economy. He is also a member of the steering committee for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Connecticut and the UConn Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Advisory Board.