Burns Helps NYU Increase Infrastructure Reliability

Burns is currently working with New York University (NYU) to increase the reliability and efficiency of mechanical and plumbing pumping systems across its campus – a massive campus that accommodates over 40,000 students, and has buildings spread throughout the city, from midtown Manhattan to Greenwich Village, and even downtown Brooklyn. Burns performed extensive field surveys… 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

Michael Walton Presenting on Battery Energy Storage at KAPPA Meeting

On Thursday, March 29th, Mike Walton, PE, DGCP, is presenting “Battery Energy Storage System Applications for your College Campus” at the KAPPA 2018 Spring Meeting in State College, PA. Mike’s presentation will focus on how the latest in Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) can be applied in a college or university setting, and will review… Read More

Burns Exhibiting at IDEA CampusEnergy 2018

Burns is exhibiting at the IDEA CampusEnergy 2018 Conference, March 5-9, in Baltimore, Maryland.  This year’s conference, “Sharing Solutions, Sustaining Our Future”, will explore emerging technologies and innovative policies to advance a new paradigm for campus energy systems. Visit us in Booth #82 to meet our energy experts and discuss microgrids, energy storage, resilient CHP,… Read More

Burns Upgrades High Temperature Hot Water System for SUNY Stony Brook

Burns is performing a comprehensive assessment and design improvements for the High Temperature Hot Water (HTHW) system at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. Stony Brook’s HTHW system provides heating for the campus’ over 10 million square feet of educational and research facilities.  The system, comprised of both a tunnel-based piping… Read More

Burns Helps The College of New Jersey Renew Combined Heat and Power System

Burns recently completed design and construction phase services to renew The College of New Jersey’s (TCNJ) controls system for the campus’ existing combined heat and power (CHP) combustion turbine package. Burns assisted the original equipment manufacturer in removal of the existing unit control panel, replaced manifold piping to gas and liquid fuel modules, and was… Read More

Burns Energy Experts Help Build Sustainable Future at 2017 IDEA Campus Energy Conference

Burns energy experts Bruno Fiorentino, David Smith, Michael Walton and Mike Calabrese head to Miami, February 20-24, to participate in the 2017 IDEA Campus Energy Conference. On Tuesday, February 21st from 8:00am-5:00pm, David Smith, Director of Energy Services, will participate in the conference’s Microgrid workshop. His discussion will explore innovative design strategies for the use… Read More

Joe Zagorski promoted to Higher Education Project Manager

Joe Zagorski, PE, LEED® AP was recently promoted to Project Manager in Burns’ Higher Education Group! Joe started his career at Burns as an intern in 2001, joining the firm full-time as a Mechanical Engineer in 2003. With over eleven years of design and management experience, Joe has expertise in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning… Read More

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