A team from the Norfolk-Hampton Roads, Virginia, office tackled truck-loading and more for the Mayflower Marathon Food Drive.
The Norfolk-Hampton Roads area is a prime location for Burns & McDonnell to serve clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. With the largest concentration of military bases and facilities (more than 20) representing all five branches of service, Hampton Roads is home to nearly one-fourth of the nation's active-duty military personnel. The region is home to the U.S. Navy's largest base, NATO Allied Command Transformation, and facilities of the departments of Defense, Energy, Transportation, Commerce and Veterans Affairs. Nearby Langley Air Force Base is home to NASA's Langley Research Center and Air Combat Command.
Our Norfolk-Hampton Roads office works in concert with other offices in the Mid-Atlantic region — Greenville-Spartanburg; Richmond; Roanoke; and Washington, D.C. — to help build success for clients in all market sectors. Located within a 3-hour drive of Washington, D.C., and home to many higher education institutions, the Norfolk area offers an abundance of opportunities to serve clients and to attract talented employee-owners. The focus areas for the Norfolk-Hampton Roads office are commercial office buildings; higher education; industrial, manufacturing and assembly facilities; and master planning with an emphasis on campus plans. Unique among many smaller offices, we have tapped local talent to gather all building design disciplines under one roof.We're proud to be No. 12 among large employers in the Virginia Business Best Places to Work rankings for 2020. It's all about ownership. See the lists
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The Canstruction team from the Roanoke, Virginia, office took home the structural design award.
Volunteers participated in an event for The Miracle League of the Triangle, which creates positive life experiences for individuals with special needs through baseball.
The Washington, D.C., office team enjoyed summer picnic day with family at the National Zoo.
Employee-owners in the Richmond, Virginia, office set up a Snack Shack to satisfy cravings and support charitable causes.
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