Arizona is growing and adapting to the trends that are driving change across the country. We’ve been at work across the state from our Phoenix office, and now we are expanding into Tucson to meet clients and potential clients where they need us most.
We bring our experience in successfully delivering complex engineering design and construction projects to a wide range of markets, including power generation, mining, manufacturing, and commercial and institutional facilities. From utility-scale solar plants and on-site campus power to university classroom facilities and high-tech manufacturing, our services are supported by professionals in offices nationwide.
We're excited to take the #5 spot on the list of 2019 Top Workplaces in Arizona, selected by the Arizona Republic and CareerBuilder.
AZ Big Media ranks the Best of Arizona Business each year through the No. 1 opinion poll around. We're excited to come in at #3 in civil engineering, #3 in electrical engineering, #5 in mechanical engineering and #3 in structural engineering. Find out more about ranking Arizona.
Engineering News-Record Southwest is talking about the top design firms across Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico, and we're pleased to be part of this group. See ENR's list.
Our office has been named one of the Arizona Republic's Top Companies to Work for since 2014, based on our record of creating quality jobs and work environments and making Arizona a better place for our workforce. See where we stand.
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
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