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What We Do

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What We Do

Projects

  • Power Plant Carbon Storage

    Front-end engineering design (FEED) services for a carbon storage initiative at a coal-fired power plant.

  • Direct Air Capture (DAC) Hub

    Phased development and FEED services for a direct air capture (DAC) hub in Louisiana.

  • Class VI Injection Well Permitting

    Support for a Class VI Underground Injection Control (UIC) program for a multiwell carbon dioxide (CO2) injection facility for permanent geologic storage.

  • Zero Waste Plan

    Development of a zero waste plan to address a range of city sectors and prioritize strategies to increase recycled and composted material quantities.

  • CCS Geological Siting Study

    Feasibility evaluation for capture and injection of carbon dioxide (CO2) generated from biofuel production into geologic formations for long-term sequestration.

  • KC Streetcar

    Multidisciplinary design services for water, utility and road infrastructure related to implementation of a new streetcar system, followed by studies and ...

  • Big Canyon Treatment Wetland & Restoration

    Integrated design for a constructed wetland to treat dry and wet weather flows, reduce stormwater runoff, restore degraded habitat and improve water quality in ...

  • Energía Sierra Juárez Wind Farm

Insights & News

Blog

Discontinued PFAS-Containing Heat Transfer Fluids Impact Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

With PFAS regulations finalized, the pharmaceutical industry is looking for solu...

Blog

Power Industry Reliance on Potent Greenhouse Gas Likely to Sunset

SF6 is a potent greenhouse gas that has helped utilities protect critical high-v...

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Q&A: Advancing the Way We Empower Women in the Workplace

News

Burns & McDonnell Announces New Operations Director for Southeast Region

White Paper

Power Surge: Preparing Electrical Infrastructure for Carbon Capture