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Burns Grows Texas Operations, Moves into Larger Houston Office

Burns continues to expand our Texas footprint, moving this month into a larger downtown Houston office. At a time of booming population growth across the Texas Gulf Coast, Burns is deepening our technical consulting and project-management services to meet the needs of our healthcare, aviation, and municipal clients. Located in the Houston Skyline District’s recently… Read More

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Burns Welcomes Alex Cano, Continuing Gulf Coast Expansion

Burns is building upon our Southeast presence with the welcomed addition of Alex Cano. Alex adds to Burns’ specialized healthcare design-build expertise. Applying nearly 20 years of construction oversight experience, Alex will support our Gulf Coast clients and lead our Tampa office. Returning to his Florida roots, Alex previously managed project execution for several of… Read More

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Burn Designs Mechanical Systems for Philadelphia Wastewater Facility

Construction is underway on a new Philadelphia Water Department preliminary treatment facility. Once complete, the project will increase system capacity and further improve water quality in the Delaware River and local waterways. Part of the city’s Green City, Clean Waters program, the new facility allows PWD to divert up to 300-million gallons per day (mgd)… Read More

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IEEE Appoints Philip Gonski 2023 USA Board Secretary/Treasurer

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)-USA is one of the country’s largest technical organizations, supporting professional advancement for 150,000 members across the country and advocating policies that expand societal benefits of technology. Burns Project Manager Philip Gonski, PE was recently appointed secretary/treasurer on the IEEE-USA Board of Directors, deepening his long-standing involvement with… Read More

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Burns Supports Development of JFK New Terminal One Microgrid

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) New Terminal One (NTO) is being designed for grid-independent operations. Once constructed, a privately financed microgrid will be capable of maintaining resilient power for the 2.4-million-square-foot, 23-gate facility — the largest international terminal at JFK. The 11.3-Megawatt (MW) microgrid is being delivered by AlphaStruxure, a joint venture of global… Read More

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Nashville International Airport’s Revamped Terminal Features Massive Multimedia Systems

Nashville International Airport today opened their Grand Lobby. The dramatic, state-of-the-art facility reunifies the terminal and reimagines the overall passenger experience. The completely renovated, 200,000-square-foot lobby greets passengers with two 900-square-foot, 12k-high-resolution multimedia displays. The massive digital artwork brings the Lower Broadway entertainment district directly into the terminal and celebrates the culture of Middle Tennessee…. Read More

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Richard Drouin Joins Burns’ New York Practice

Burns welcomes Project Manager Richard Drouin, PE, LEED® AP continuing the growth of our New York City office. An early advocate of high-performance building solutions, Richard applies principles of integrative design to maximize system efficiencies and enhance occupant comfort. With more than 20 years of mechanical engineering and project management experience, Richard’s past work includes… Read More

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Burns Celebrates the Opening of Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal A

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) today opened to the public Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal A. The 33-gate terminal expands airport capacity by 20 percent, replacing a 50-year-old facility with a 1-million-square-foot, modern transportation hub. Travel amenities include leading-edge airport technologies, low-impact sustainability features, as well as uniquely New Jersey… Read More

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Burns’ Erica Antoine Concludes Term as WTS Philadelphia President

Burns Project Manager Erica Antoine, PE recently completed a successful term as Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Philadelphia chapter president. During Erica’s two-year term, she led the organization through the upheaval of the coronavirus pandemic. Erica effectively oversaw 12 board committees, managed over 60 corporate sponsors and agency partnerships, and facilitated dozens of events. WTS plays… Read More

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Burns Announces Tony Koltuv Next Leader of Railroad and Transit Practice

Burns is excited to announce Tony Koltuv, PMP, a highly regarded leader in railway safety and capital program innovation, will serve as the company’s next Vice President, Railroad and Transit. With more than 25 years of transportation project management experience, Tony brings a unique ability to untangle the logistical, organizational and technical challenges that commonly… Read More

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