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).
Burns & McDonnell worked with clients on projects that earned awards this year from American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), honoring engineering excellence. Among them:
Daniel K. Inouye Fighter Squadron Operations/Aircraft Maintenance Facility
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii
The design for a 77,000-square-foot facility for the beddown of F-22 fighter jets received an ACEC National Honor Award. With a focus on flexible design, innovative space usage and extensive sustainability features, the facility was the first Air National Guard project to earn LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Ottumwa Tier 1 Retrofit
Air quality control and efficiency improvements — a joint venture with Babcock & Wilcox Construction Co. at Ottumwa Generating Station for Alliant Energy and MidAmerican Energy —
won a regional Grand Prize Award.
Among projects earning Honor Awards from ACEC chapters:
Macon Readiness Center
Planning, design and construction of a 56,000-square-foot center for the Georgia Army National Guard, including headquarters for the 48th Brigade Combat Team.
Solid Waste Management Plan, Materials Recovery Facility
Planning and development of a retrofit to quadruple McLeod County’s recycling processing capacity.
Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Redesign a major road corridor to slow traffic, ease congestion, improve safety and encourage pedestrian travel adjacent to a high school.
Lowell Boulevard Waterline Rehabilitation
Study and design for trenchless rehabilitation of 3,500 feet of critical waterline.