Pasadena, Orlando and Fulton offices provide more opportunities for Burns & McDonnell.
New offices are bringing design, construction and planning services even closer to Burns & McDonnell clients in areas where needs are growing.
The offices — in Pasadena, California; Orlando, Florida; Fulton, Maryland; and Roanoke, Virginia — help strengthen connections with existing clients while also positioning the firm to deliver professional services to future partners.
"Burns & McDonnell is not only here to stay but can now substantially expand our service offerings to clients throughout the region," says Jeffrey Ganther, manager of the firm's Mid-Atlantic office, whose region includes the new offices in Maryland and Virginia.
The new offices in the Mid-Atlantic region provide architectural, engineering and construction services with a focus on commercial office buildings, power, environmental, federal, defense, manufacturing, healthcare and higher education projects.
The Pasadena office supports expanding regional demand for Burns & McDonnell services in electrical transmission and distribution, environmental remediation, and airport fueling and renovations. Since 2008, the firm's Southern California team has managed more than $5 billion in electrical infrastructure projects.
Professionals in the firm's first major office in the Orlando work on projects in electrical transmission and distribution, power generation, transportation, water, environmental, aviation and federal.
Burns & McDonnell now has more than 35 offices in the United States and across the globe.