Our Detroit team volunteered with Beyond Basics at Westside Christian Academy, working with 11th and 12th graders on resume building and interviewing.
Detroit is moving again. Revitalization of the longtime hub for U.S. automaking is accelerating, fueled by eager entrepreneurs, confident companies and community leaders — with quality infrastructure, upgrades and services building opportunity in the Motor City.
Burns & McDonnell is in the middle of it all, poised to drive success for municipal, manufacturing, industrial and utility clients through design and construction in Detroit and statewide. Our growing Detroit team of employee-owners focuses on upgrading energy infrastructure — generating support for expanded services, new businesses and more jobs throughout the region.
Burns & McDonnell was recognized with Metro Detroit's Best and Brightest, Elite Awards, 2018-2020.
We are proud to make the 2020 list of Cool Places to Work in Michigan from Crain’s Detroit Business and Best Companies Group.
Want to know what makes Burns & McDonnell a great place to work? Great Rated!, the organization behind the rankings used by Fortune magazine, shares details about what our people say and do that puts us on the list. Read more
People magazine partnered with Great Place to Work to identify the top U.S. companies supporting employees and communities. We're proud to be in good company! Read more
Client success is one of our driving principles, and so we’re proud to be a repeating recipient of PSMJ’s Premier Award for Client Satisfaction. Learn more about what that means
Employee-owners volunteer at Gleaners Community Food Bank in Detroit. The team packaged 3,000 pounds of peppers that will feed 2,400 people in the community.
Our Detroit team volunteered with Beyond Basics at Westside Christian Academy, working with third and fourth graders on an international art project focused on kindness.
The Detroit team boxed 13,310 pounds of household items at the Gleaners Community Food Bank. In partnership with other corporate citizens, they helped provide food and supplies to nearly 27,000 people.
In support of the American Lung Association, our Detroit team participated in the 2019 Fight for Air Climb at the Ally Detroit Center.
Michigan Region 4 Thumb Loop Project
Using Technology to Manage Our Vital Water Resources
Experience the Benefits of Design-Build