Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Burns & McDonnell, Inc.
Burns & McDonnell, Inc. provides engineering, architectural, construction, environmental, and consulting services. The company plans, designs, permits, constructs, and manages facilities worldwide that range from airports, military bases, and defense facilities to power generation and transmission, to water treatment and environmental remediation, to refineries and industrial facilities, hospitals, and institutional buildings. It provides services in the areas of air quality control, architecture, aviation, business consulting, commissioning, construction, electrical transmission and distribution, energy services, environmental, environmental studies and permitting, facilities design, federa...
9400 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64114
Founded in 1898
Key Executives for Burns & McDonnell, Inc.
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
President and Senior Officer In Charge of The New England Regional Office
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President and Treasurer
Executive Vice President, Director and President of Global Practice
President of Construction
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Burns & McDonnell, Inc. Key Developments
Burns & McDonnell Promotes Scott Clark to Vice President and Officer
Feb 15 15
Burns & McDonnell promoted Scott Clark to vice president and officer.
Burns & McDonnell Plans for Growth Within Mid-Atlantic Region
Feb 5 15
Burns & McDonnell is making significant investments in the Mid-Atlantic region with the opening of offices in Roanoke, Va., and Fulton, Md., to serve the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., area. Both are extensions of the growing Mid-Atlantic regional office that opened in Chesapeake, Va., in 2010 to provide architectural, engineering and construction services. In the Roanoke area, Burns & McDonnell has focused on a variety of commissioning projects recently, working the University of Virginia-Wise, the Alexander Black House in Blacksburg, and the Vinton Branch of the Roanoke Library. The commissioning process allows a facility owner to document that systems work, materials are as expected, and overall project performance meets defined objectives and criteria. Burns & McDonnell has built a commissioning team that focuses on the key aspects of a facility's design that rank high in importance with the facility owner. The team applies commissioning principles to all types of facilities, from commercial real estate to industrial plants.
Burns & McDonnell Announces Board Changes
Feb 5 15
Burns & McDonnell announced the promotions of two New England employee-owners. Williams, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Burns & McDonnell New England office, has been promoted to President. He remains senior officer in charge of the New England regional office, where he oversees a growing staff of more than 260 employee-owners located in offices and project sites throughout the Northeast. Brett joined Burns & McDonnell in 1999 after working for other large construction firms on high profile projects in the U.S. and overseas. After joining the firm, he spent five years overseeing the $258 million Kansas City International Airport Improvement Project. Upon completion, he relocated to Connecticut to lead a $1 billion power transmission line project for Northeast Utilities as program manager. Chris Courtright, Manager of the Construction, Design/Build group in the Burns & McDonnell New England office has been promoted to Vice President. Since joining Burns & McDonnell in 2005, Chris has served as project manager and project engineer on some of the firms large projects in the Northeast.
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