Infrastructure challenges continue to grow across the United Kingdom and around the world. Our Scotland office is focused on working with electricity network operators and renewable developers to update and expand Scotland’s power grid infrastructure.
We work across industries from power to water, aviation to gas, with a cohesive team supporting seamless service. Our team brings key experience to the European market, addressing the need to modernize the electrical grid, integrate renewable power, and accommodate new technologies. As the market responds to the demands of mission-critical facilities, energy storage, distributed generation and evolving end-user needs, we are a reliable partner for engineer-procure-construct (EPC) projects that are the foundation of the future grid.
Combined with our other U.K. offices and our international network of locations, we leverage project management skills and specialist capabilities — developed over more than a century — to complete successful projects across industries.
A Best Companies survey reveals what we already knew: We're a great place to work in the U.K.!
We are a proud supporter of AFBE, the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers. Find out more about this organization.
We are pleased to be a Living Wage Employer, working with the Living Wage Foundation. Find out more about what that means.
We have proudly signed on to the Armed Forces Covenant.
The 5% Club aims to increase the employment and career prospects of today’s youth and equip the UK with the skilled workforce it needs. Members commit to achieve 5% of their UK work force in ‘earn and learn’ positions. Find out more
Burns & McDonnell has been awarded Cyber Essentials Accreditation, the Certificate of Assurance that recognises the company complies with the requirements of the Cyber Essentials Scheme. The certificate certifies that the organisation was assessed as meeting the Cyber Essentials implementation profile, published in February 2017, and that Burns & McDonnell’s ICT defences were assessed as satisfactory against commodity-based cyberattack. The scope of the certification covers the IT infrastructure used within Burns & McDonnell, including, but not limited to, servers, workstations, mobile devices, firewall hardware, anti-virus and software applications.
We are proud to have achieved Achilles UVDB Verified and Audited status. Our 2021 audit score of 100 percent demonstrates our commitment to excellence in serving clients across 18 official channels of business.
We're proud to be a partner in the Supply Chain Sustainability School, a key industry-led organisation driving improvement of sustainability knowledge and skills throughout the value chain.
Burns & McDonnell is a National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) accredited Independent Connection Provider (ICP), accredited to undertake all available contestable design works associated with the installation of electrical connections on to all UK Distribution Network Operators (DNO) networks.
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
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
Corporate Registration Information
Burns & McDonnell Europe (UK) Limited
Company Number 09913412
England & Wales
Registered office: 5 Churchill Place, 10th Floor, London, E14 5HU, United Kingdom