Burns & McDonnell is strengthening its growing aviation team in Dallas-Fort Worth, bringing in experienced professionals to provide integrated planning, design and project-delivery services for airlines, airports and other clients in the industry, the company said.
Recent additions to the team in Dallas-Fort Worth:
Jane Ahrens, a project manager with more than two decades of experience as an architect, sustainability consultant and program manager, served as the deputy program manager for the new USD 1 billion, 35-gate North Terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, and as the LEED project manager for the USD 1.4 billion Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal at Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport.
Denny Ellison, a project manager who comes to Burns & McDonnell with two decades of experience in construction, construction management and project management, including four years as a senior manager on facility projects for an airline with major operations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and across the country.
Stu Garrett, a project and business development manager with more than three decades of experience, including nearly two decades working with aviation clients. In 2015, he joined Burns & McDonnell at its world headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, to plan, design and implement IT systems for airlines, airports and other aviation clients across the country.
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