The retiring chairman and CEO of Burns & McDonnell reviews his 37-year career with the 118-year-old, employee-owned firm.
In the post-World War II era, the facilities needs for corporations and institutions grew dramatically. Although some companies such as Kaiser and Ford had constructed enormous manufacturing operations in the first half of the 20th century, most businesses remained tiny by modern standards. The concept of the project manager or facilities manager as we know it did not exist.
We have all heard the phrase, “You are what you eat.” I’ve always struggled with that. I’m convinced that I am not what I eat; I am what I drink.
Manhard Consulting delivers site design options for fast-track construction of the world’s largest yogurt production facility.
Water sustainability leads to economic development for cities.
Stop complaining about the lack of information you get in your firm. Let’s face it, communication is not a common
HDR designs new home for groundbreaking research in computer sciences at University of Maryland.
Cold-formed steel framing provides the primary structural system for a completely renovated office and conference center.
Someone recently asked what prompted me as a young structural engineer in 1997 to lead an engineering business. “I didn’t
Catching problems early and making repairs are keys to proper parking structure maintenance.