A fixture in San Diego since 1994, we're accessible to our clients across all of San Diego County from our La Jolla office. As a 100 percent employee-owned firm, our focus is on superior service to keep clients coming back, project after project.
Working with all Burns & McDonnell offices worldwide, including our other California offices in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Francisco, we deliver engineering, environmental, construction and consulting services focused on the aviation, environmental, federal and power industries. Our professionals apply our design-build, owner’s engineer, program management and project controls experience to support success on projects of all sizes, in any market.
We continue to make our clients successful and improve the quality of life in the region through our specialties:
- Business consulting
- Environmental compliance, permitting and remediation
- Military, industrial and commercial facility design and construction
- Renewable power
- Technology consulting
- Transmission and substation design and construction
- Transportation electrification and electric vehicles
We are committed to maintaining a diverse mix of suppliers, because they are key in providing innovative ideas to help our clients achieve success. By actively helping a wide variety of businesses belong to our project teams, we enrich those projects and our communities in ways that go beyond the tenets of law. These efforts have been highlighted by leading California organizations, including the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council, WTS San Diego and the City of Los Angeles Public Works.
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Client success is one of our driving principles, and so we’re proud to be a repeating recipient of PSMJ’s Premier Award for Client Satisfaction. Learn more about what that means California Contractor #755238
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