Sustainability is a buzzword, and partnership has many meanings. But combined, they stand for so much more than being green. This edition of the Aviation Special Report is all about the sustainable partnerships Burns & McDonnell builds with every client in the aviation industry.
The partnership between Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air and Burns & McDonnell demonstrates how a clear, upfront commitment promotes economic growth, social development and environmental stewardship.
Consortia offer an opportunity for airlines to work together, along with airport management, to manage collective activities more efficiently and cost-effectively.
The Burns & McDonnell OnSite Energy & Power Group works with airports around the country to optimize operations and reduce GHG production.
An energy savings performance contract is a project delivery method in which a single contract provider executes both the turnkey implementation of energy-efficiency measures and a measurement and verification process to track project performance.
Sustainability is a hot buzzword, and partnership has many meanings. But combined, they stand for so much more than being green.
At Burns & McDonnell, a partnership is more than just collaboration. It meshes two entities to create a stronger team and smarter solutions that result in better facilities that withstand the test of time.
Burns & McDonnell delivers technology systems for its clients through Integrated Technology Project Delivery, providing a vendor-independent review and selection process.
In the battle against rising facility operations and maintenance costs, consortiums can provide significant benefits. Many owners have improved existing facilities, reduced operating costs, modernized systems and increased efficiency of operations.
As airlines take a hard look at insourcing maintenance operations, they're also looking at how to increase sustainability in hangars.