Experienced Power Delivery Teams
Burns & McDonnell is a partner with the depth and experience to successfully deliver the industry's most challenging and complex projects.
From conception to completion ... and every step in between. We deliver results.
T&D Projects Focused on Client Needs
Our talented transmission and distribution engineers design and build quality projects that focus on the client's design criteria, philosophies and standards. Our goal for the past 100 years and our vision for the next 100 are one and the same: satisfied clients.
Burns & McDonnell was the first A/E firm in the United States to successfully complete a $1 billion-scale transmission program (click here to read more about the Middletown-Norwalk project). Burns & McDonnell has the experience to design and build transmission and distribution projects both large and small.
Innovative program management starts with our exclusive program management tool, OneTouchPM®, that enhances your cost savings and enables our team to make better decisions and improve coordination on the job site through a portable, 3D dashboard that integrates real-time design and construction data. Click here to watch a video about how OneTouchPM® works.
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BETWEEN THE GRIDS
A New Mexico project is using the latest advances in power grid technology to link the country's three primary electric grids, transferring green power from region to region.
NERC FAC ALERTS
Deadlines for NERC facility rating compliance are quickly approaching. Are you ready? Check out the solutions Burns & McDonnell can provide for you.
Investment in the electric transmission and distribution industry is booming. This boom is supported by four fundamental issues, starting with the need to maintain system reliability. What else is driving growth?
PROTECTING THE GRID
The U.S. power grid generates and delivers power — just as it was designed to do. But as cyberattacks become more sophisticated and targeted, protecting the grid is of utmost importance.