Mark Adams Joins Burns, Enhances Airport Technology and Systems Engineering

We are excited to welcome Mark Adams, RCDD/NTS to the company!  Mark joins Burns’ Aviation team as a Principal Systems Manager, and will add tremendous value to our clients as we embark on new projects at Houston George Bush Intercontinental, Baltimore-Washington International and Nashville International airports.

Mark has over 26 years of experience in airport technology systems engineering, and has been involved in the design and construction of some of the largest and most complex airport terminals in the world.  Mark has provided specialized engineering design at over 25 different domestic and international airports, including Austin Bergstrom, Baltimore-Washington, Denver, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, Oakland, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, Seattle-Tacoma and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airports, to name just a few.  Mark is a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) and a BICSI Network Transport Systems Specialist (NTS).   He is extremely active in his area of specialty and continuously stays in front of trends and developments in the world of airport technology.

“Mark is someone we have known and respected for a long time, and to be able to add him to our staff is tremendous.  The best part is knowing the exceptional service he will continue to display to our clients, teaming partners and co-workers.” said Brian Phillips, Vice President and Leader of Burns’ Aviation Group.

Mark has a BS from the University of Northern Colorado, and lives outside of Denver, Colorado.  He is an avid fisherman, enjoys listening to live blues music, and eats pretty much anything (except sweet potatoes!).

Mark further bolsters Burns’ talented and growing airport technology and systems engineering practice, and enhances our ability to deliver exceptional and innovative solutions to the aviation industry.  Please join us in welcoming Mark to the team!

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