Melissa Lavin-Hickey

Melissa Lavin-Hickey
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Featured Projects

Burns & McDonnell provides engineering, architectural, construction, environmental and consulting services to a broad range of clients across a multitude of industries. We pride ourselves on finding unique, innovative and cost effective solutions to our clients’ requirements every day.

From airports, military bases and defense facilities to power generation and transmission, to water treatment and environmental remediation, to refineries and industrial facilities, hospitals and institutional buildings, Burn & McDonnell delivers planning, design and construction expertise that consistently surpasses our clients’ expectations.

Projects

Central Plant Master Plan Implementation
Location: Texas Medical Center, Houston
Client: Thermal Energy Corp.
Description:

Architectural, engineering, procurement and construction services to Thermal Energy Corp. (TECO) for the initial phase of a 50-year master plan, providing on-site power generation, steam and chilled water to buildings within the Texas Medical Center complex in Houston.

Fractionator Capacity Upgrade
Location: Bushton, Kan.
Client: ONEOK Hydrocarbon LP
Description:

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the Fractionator Capacity Upgrade Project at the ONEOK fractionator in Bushton, Kan.

GE Advanced Technology & Research Centre
Location: Doha, Qatar
Client: Qatar Foundation
Description:

Comprehensive A/E design and construction support services fo the world-class GE Advanced Technology & Research Centre in Doha, Qatar.

Grand and State Red Line Subway Station Renovation
Location: Chicago
Client: Chicago Department of Transportation
Description:

$71.5 million upgrade and expansion of the Grand Avenue and State Street subway station for the Chicago Department of Transportation.

Iatan Generation Station Unit 2
Location: Weston, Mo.
Client: Kansas City Power & Light
Description:

Providing professional services including permitting; detailed design; procurement; construction management; and startup management for a new coal-fired steam electric power unit (Unit 2) with a nominal net electric power output of 850 MW. Also includes addition of a pulse jet fabric filter and wet flue gas desulfurization system on the existing Unit 1.

Jet Engine Test Cell - Meridian
Location: Meridian, Miss.
Client: Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic
Description:

Design-build services for a jet engine test cell for NAVFAC Atlantic in Meridian, Miss.

LCDR Otis Vincent Tolbert Joint Intelligence Operations Center
Location: MacDill Air Force Base, Fla.
Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
Description:

Design services for the 270,000-square-foot, administrative and specialized spaces of the LCDR Otis Vincent Tolbert Joint Intelligence Operations Center at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida; the entire facility is constructed as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

Mulvane Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
Location: Mulvane, Kan.
Client: City of Mulvane, Kan.
Description:

Burns & McDonnell/CAS LLC was retained under a design-build contract to construct improvements for the wastewater treatment plant before the opening of a new casino in the vicinity.

New England East-West Solutions (NEEWS)
Location: Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut
Client: Northeast Utilities Service Co.
Description:

Program management and detailed design for three New England East-West Solutions projects designed to strengthen transmission corridors in the region and improve reliability and performance.

Steam Boiler System
Location: Groton, Conn.
Client: Electric Boat
Description:

Design, construction and startup services for a steam boiler system to support the testing and commissioning of a nuclear submarine for Electric Boat in Groton, Conn.

Wind Energy Transmission Economics Assessment
Location: Northern United States
Client: WPPI Energy
Description:

A wind energy transmission economics assessment to assist WPPI Energy with the development of an economic model to assess the viability of transporting wind energy from wind-rich areas to load centers.