A customized management tool tracks developments in real time, allowing TransCanada to lead the charge for safe and efficient operations in times of emergency. This issue describes how the emergency preparedness and response tool (EPRT) leverages technology to solve challenges.
The CEO role at Burns & McDonnell is transitioning from one determined leader, Greg Graves, to another: Ray Kowalik.
A customized management tool tracks developments in real time, allowing TransCanada to lead the charge for safe and efficient operations in times of emergency.
Unmanned aerial vehicles fly the missions, with software capturing information and charting courses for future use.
Firm ranks No. 16 on the magazine's list of 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2016, the fifth consecutive year Burns & McDonnell has made the list and sixth overall.
Experience and vision drive new leaders for the Energy, Construction/Design-Build and Environmental groups, and the Atlanta office, of Burns & McDonnell.
A new chilling station is providing reliable, efficient service to the medical district at the University of Texas at Austin.
The emergency preparedness and response tool (EPRT) developed with TransCanada is example of leveraging technology to solve clients' greatest needs.
The Daniel K. Inouye Fighter Squadron Operations/Aircraft Maintenance Facility is among Burns & McDonnell projects to earn recognition from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).
When building a manufacturing facility, be sure to factor air emissions into the project.
Putting safety first is setting Burns & McDonnell apart once again.
Companies save time and money on projects by flying missions with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).