Burns & McDonnell

Taking Off With New Technology

by Stuart Garrett May 30, 2017

Imagine a travel experience in which passengers are able to navigate airports at warp speed, making their connections and arriving on time, every time — safely and hassle-free. Across the country, this is becoming a reality as airports implement new, more efficient technologies that streamline the passenger experience. From California to New York, Florida to […]

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Program Management Brings Efficiency and Success to Airlines’ Rebrand

by Joel DeBoer May 1, 2017

The complexity of managing multiple projects for a single client presents a wide range of potential roadblocks, especially if those projects are in different cities. From suppliers and contractors to stakeholders and budgets, each additional piece of the puzzle adds variables, increasing room for error. For large programs to be completed in a timely, cost-effective […]

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A Pipeline to the Crude Oil Market

by Chris Deffenbaugh April 17, 2017

After almost a year-and-a-half of growth in the crude oil commodities market, broad volatility has re-emerged. Natural gas futures, which also rose in price through most of 2016, fell by nearly 30 percent earlier this year. Global shifts in production and supply, as well as changes in consumer behaviors and a tepid winter, are eating […]

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Five Keys to Data Center Siting — and Three You Might Be Missing

by Parker Hills March 28, 2017

There are two types of sites for data centers: Sites that will work to meet the client’s business needs Sites that are so well-suited they’ll elevate a client’s business strategies The difference lies in the approach. Beginning the search with a list of available sites that are being publicly marketed for sale can be a […]

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Kansas City Airport Runway Project Paves the Way for Smoother Landings

by Jason Fuehne March 23, 2017

Airports depend on safe facilities and operations to help deliver convenient and efficient services for passengers, cargo and other critical components in the air transportation business. But with things like pebbles, potholes and other pavement problems standing in the way — foreign object debris (FOD) damage estimates are estimated to be $4 billion a year […]

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