Burns Welcomes Project Manager Glenn Kowalski

Burns is happy to welcome Glenn Kowalski, PE, PMP, to the team as a Project Manager. Glenn brings to Burns over 30 years of capital project, facilities, manufacturing, research and development, and electrical expertise. His professional experience includes pharmaceutical, chemical, and municipal facilities, as well as management of critical utility, process, interior, and exterior space… Read More

Burns Wins Excellence Award for Pier Reconstruction

Burns was honored with an “Outstanding Project Award” by the Delaware Valley Association of Structural Engineer’s (DVASE) 2018 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards for the Port of Philadelphia Pier 84 Outshore End Refurbishment project. The project – a rehabilitation of the outshore end of a 98-year old pier on the Philadelphia waterfront, currently in use… Read More

Burns Welcomes Jorge Davila, PE, Strengthening Florida Presence and Facilities Expertise

Jorge Davila, PE, recently joined Burns as a Senior Electrical Engineer in our Orlando, Florida office. With over 17 years of experience leading large, complex projects throughout North and Central America, the Caribbean, and Africa, Jorge’s expertise includes healthcare, central energy plants, laboratories, and cogeneration facilities, in both the private and federal sectors. He also… Read More

Philip M. Gonski, PE

Philip Gonski Appointed IEEE Region 2 East Area Chair

Philip Gonski, PE, Project Manager in Burns’ Facilities & Infrastructure Group, was recently appointed Chair of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) Region 2 East Area.  In his new role, Phil will provide assistance and management support to Region 2’s East Area which includes Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey, Lehigh Valley, and the Delaware… Read More

Anthony LoCicero Promoted to Project Manager

Anthony LoCicero, PE, LEED® AP was recently promoted to Project Manager in Burns’ Facilities & Infrastructure Group! Anthony has more than 8 years of professional experience and has been with Burns since 2012. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from Drexel University and a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of… Read More

DSNY Spring Street Salt Shed Wins Award of Merit in New York

DSNY Spring Street Salt Shed Wins Award of Merit in New York

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) Spring Street Salt Shed was awarded a 2016 Award of Merit – Public Works from the Concrete Industry Board of New York. The award, one of many given to this project for its unique marriage of beauty and technology, recognizes the structure’s elevation of the gritty character… Read More

Michael Calabrese Discussing Temple Medical School’s Steam Distribution System Replacement at IDEA

On Wednesday, February 10 at 2:30 pm, Michael Calabrese will present “Surgical Repairs to Temple University Medical School’s Ailing Steam Distribution System” at the 2016 IDEA Campus Energy Conference in Austin, Texas. Temple University’s Health Science Campus (HSC) is a hub of academic, clinical and research activities. Home to Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and… Read More

Burns Wins ACEC/PA Award For Engineering Excellence With Temple University Microgrid Project

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Pennsylvania selected the Temple University Microgrid: Campus Electrical Infrastructure Modernization Project to receive a Diamond Award for Engineering Excellence in the Energy Category. The Temple Microgrid project is on the forefront of an important, transformational change in how power is generated, distributed and consumed. Temple’s new modern and… Read More

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