A booth spread the word about our support of science, technology, engineering and math education at the Connecticut Science Center's Science Straight Up event.
With multibillion dollars of experience designing and building the infrastructure that powers the Northeast, our Wallingford office has become a center for excellence in program management, developing the firm's award-winning, integrated program management tools OneTouchPM® and NoTouch ReportingTM.
Home to more than 400 Burns & McDonnell employee-owners, the office ranks among the firm's fast-growing offices and anchors our presence in the Northeast, working closely with our offices in Portland, Maine; Boston; New York; Morristown, New Jersey; and Philadelphia.
The office specializes in:
- Aviation and federal facility design and construction
- Electrical transmission and distribution
- Environmental services
- Environmental studies and permitting
- Food, beverages and consumer products
- LNG and natural gas services
- Nuclear plant construction
- Program management
- Project controls
- Stakeholder management/public involvement and outreach
Since 2010, the Hartford Business Journal has ranked Burns & McDonnell as one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut. We're proud to be #12 on the large companies list in 2021!
The Hartford Business Journal also has ranked us as a Healthiest Employer since 2018. In 2020, we hit #3 on the list.
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 collected and packaged gift baskets to help feed area families during Thanksgiving.
Employee-owners collected items to donate through an adopt-a-family program during the holidays.
A team spent time sorting through donations at the Connecticut Food Bank.
West Springfield 8C Substation
White Paper: Reaching the Summit of Project Success in Today's Business Climate
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