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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Automating an Alternative: 5 Reasons to Automate Data Collection

by Tapsi Puri May 24, 2017

The technology consulting industry is debating how we provide data on projects. Some feel that there are no efficiencies to be found, while others argue that better overall service to the customer is possible. In the past, the preferred way to collect and distribute data was to spend hours and money doing repetitive work, gathering numbers […]

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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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Transportation Innovation Lab: A Launching Pad for the Future

by Julie Lorenz February 14, 2017

Technology is accelerating at a pace faster than we’ve ever seen — and it’s having a significant impact on all aspects of our society. Futurist Ray Kurzweil — who’s been quite successful foreseeing innovations like smartphones, cloud computing and self-driving cars —  predicted that “We won’t experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century […]

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Burns & McDonnell Helps Kansas City “Keep Out the Rain”

by Brian Hiller December 5, 2016

Although rain is typically a good thing, when an abundance of stormwater makes its way into Kansas City, Missouri, the impacts on the city’s more than 1,700 miles of sewers can be devastating. In Kansas City, excess stormwater creates an average of 6.4 billion gallons of wastewater overflow each year. Kansas City is among more […]

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