Wireless devices are helping to trace, track and tabulate project work faster and more accurately than ever. This issue looks at how technology adds value to the planning, design and construction of steadfast and sedentary projects.
At Burns & McDonnell, we've implemented some real-time, touch-screen applications that are delivering cost savings, process efficiencies and improved data management to our clients.
The Burns & McDonnell Chicago office won its third corridor construction management role from the Illinois Tollway in September.
Project uses sonar, sand to stabilize old Carey Salt mining caverns in Hutchinson, Kansas.
A benzene-conversion project uses new technology and innovative project management to reach completion in just 13 months.
Wireless devices help trace, track and tabulate work — faster and more accurately than ever. Their use adds value to the planning, design and construction process for some of the most steadfast and sedentary projects on the planet.
Careful mitigation measures are essential for dealing with munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) or other left-behind material that could pose an explosive threat.
When a project runs into bureaucracy, headaches almost inevitably ensue. But Burns & McDonnell has made a significant addition to help ease the pain.
iPad technology is helping to document the equipment and facilities to be decommissioned at missile silos across the west.
Westminster, Colo., waterline project accommodates community growth with critical infrastructure.
Tony Kimmey is looking for a bigger piece of the transportation pie in Texas.
San Diego Gas & Electric's Sunrise Powerlink Project is ENR California's 2012 Best Civil Works/Infrastructure Project.
A: How do you properly size preconditioned air (PCA) systems for aircraft gates?
Cooper Station project overcomes karst topography in completing challenging air quality control system upgrade.
Cities seek help in mitigating the problems caused by pesky mollusks migrating to the Midwest, threatening public water supplies and waterways.
The Burns & McDonnell Transportation Group has been selected to design the Daniel Boone Bridge; to complete first phase final design on the Lewis & Clark Viaduct; and to complete an EIS for U.S. 69 bridges.
FERC Order 1000 shakes up the electric transmission industry.