In-House News: New Manager Plans Growth in Southern California
In-House News: New Manager Plans Growth in Southern California
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In-House News: New Manager Plans Growth in Southern California
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Renita Mollman, a 21-year veteran managing aviation, commercial and industrial projects, plans to expand from the San Diego office to begin taking on more work in stormwater systems, renewable energy, environmental studies, and electrical transmission and distribution.

Renita Mollman has landed in Southern California. As a 21-year veteran managing aviation, commercial and industrial projects for the Burns & McDonnell Aviation & Facilities Group, she plans to expand on the ground and in the air from the San Diego office.

“With my background in aviation projects, we certainly plan to reach further into all sectors of the aviation industry, building on our military work in Southern California,” Mollman says. “But we will continue to focus on the office’s work in stormwater systems, renewable energy, environmental studies, and electrical transmission and distribution.”

Mollman’s experience includes aircraft hangars, airfield design and planning, airport space layout, and airfield pavement and drainage design. Examples of her projects:

  • Managing planning and design for the first entirely privately funded commercial airport in the United States, located in Branson, Mo.
  • Lead civil engineer for the expansion and renovation of the U.S. Central Command headquarters at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla.
  • Resident civil engineer during construction of the Integrated Test Facility for the NASA Ames Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

“Renita brings high standards and expectations in exceptional client service,” says Paul Fischer, vice president of the Burns & McDonnell Regional Office Group. “Her character and leadership mesh perfectly with the tremendous commitment of our San Diego office staff to the success of our Southern California clients.”

Contact Renita Mollman at 858-547-9869.

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