As climate change is linked with biodiversity depletion, fostering biodiverse landscapes during construction can create benefits beyond the immediate surroundings of the project.
Burns & McDonnell | May 1, 2023
Burns & McDonnell breaks down three ways computer vision can effectively assist workers on the job site, from project progress to safety measures.
Burns & McDonnell | Mar 20, 2023
Burns & McDonnell breaks down the state of battery energy storage today, from pricing concerns to alternative solutions.
Burns & McDonnell | Dec 12, 2022
Zachary Wassenberg of Burns & McDonnell breaks down three applications for digital knowledge networks: training, libraries, and instructions.
Burns & McDonnell | Jun 14, 2022
Traditional sports and entertainment venues are fading as teams and entertainment entities strive to move toward more diversified entertainment districts.
Burns & McDonnell | Jan 4, 2021
When value engineering is referenced in our industry, our minds may immediately go to a process that reduces project cost by slashing scope or decreasing the quality of materials used. However, that is not necessarily what the definition should be.
Burns & McDonnell | Oct 14, 2020
There are several possibilities when it comes to reconfiguring or adjusting a space to maintain the health and safety of workers, from reorganizing spaces to enable social distancing measures to full teardown and reconstruction of a plant.
Burns & McDonnell | Jun 23, 2020
The short story is official design guidelines are slow to be developed and made into law.
Burns & McDonnell | Apr 8, 2020
First, most important and most complex: Create an extensive safety plan for your facilities and job sites that protects both the personnel onsite and the end users of your product.