Burns & McDonnell completes projects at North Dakota's Williston Basin International Airport

Engineering, architecture and construction firm Burns & McDonnell, has announced that it has served as the designer of record and on-site construction representative for several ground-up construction projects for Williston Basin International Airport (XWA) in North Dakota, the company said.

Williston Basin International Airport began flights on October 10.

The airport, which was constructed to serve increased commercial aircraft traffic and support the growing economy, will have two runways and a 110,000-square-foot terminal. The airport comprises four gates and three jet bridges, with the ability to accommodate 350,000 passengers annually. The city broke ground on the project in 2016.

Burns & McDonnell plans, designs and builds projects for aviation clients from offices across the country. The firm is ranked No. 4 in Airports by Engineering News-Record and has experience working at more than 350 airports around the world. In 2018, Burns & McDonnell completed more than USD 220 million in projects at large airports across the country.