Starting Wednesday, September 8th through Sunday, September 12th, 2021 the Town of Pendleton celebrated its Bicentennial. Banning Engineering was proud to be both a financial sponsor and supply staff for the event. Banning staff volunteered on Sunday, September 12th from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm for the Town’s Community Luncheon and Bicentennial Celebration Ceremony (Honoring the Town of Pendleton & Six Bicentennial Legacy Projects) and afternoon activities for the community. Banning is proud to be an engineering and survey service provider for Pendleton.
Road Building with Brentwood Elementary 1st Grade Classes
A teacher at Brentwood Elementary in Plainfield reached out to Banning Engineering asking us to talk about engineering during her science class. Mark Butler and Pete Rusche of Banning found a fun way by means of a class demonstration on how a road is built. They used various candies to build the layers of a road within a small-scale Plexiglas box. They had a few slides to show pictures of a real road being built. They also called on a few volunteers to help in class and handed out some kid-sized plastic hard hats. It was a great event, and the kids had a lot of fun gaining some new knowledge.
2021 Quaker Day Parade
As proud members of the Plainfield community, Banning Engineering employees participated in the 2021 Quaker Day Parade. Employees participated in building the Love Your Neighbor-themed float, as well as parade day activities. Banning employees and family members rode on the float, drove ATVs, and passed candy out to community members. This was an awesome opportunity to be a part of the great community that Plainfield is.