Fort Worth Burns & McDonnell

Burns & McDonnell has grown 20% locally this year and plans to create another 50 new jobs in Fort Worth as well as 40 new jobs in Dallas by 2021.

Burns & McDonnell is planning a North Texas expansion, adding 50 new jobs in Fort Worth and 40 in Dallas.

The 100% employee-owned engineering, architecture and construction firm said it has expanded its office space in Fort Worth and Dallas to accommodate the growth. The firm has grown 20% locally this year.

Burns & McDonnell moved from the 19th floor to a larger space on the seventh floor in the Pier 1 Imports Building, increasing its lease from 22,414 square feet to 26,507 square feet, creating additional space to accommodate nearly 150 employees. Burns & McDonnell plans to continue hiring engineers, architects and construction professionals to support energy, power, aviation, federal and municipal clients.

"We have proudly been in the Fort Worth and Dallas communities for more than a decade and we look forward to continuing our contributions to the growing economy," said Scott Clark, vice president and general manager for Burns & McDonnell in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. "From engineering manufacturing and power delivery solutions to designing major data centers for technology giants, we're laser-focused on creating an exceptional employee ownership culture that allows us to deliver world-class service and projects to our clients."

The firm also recently announced plans to expand the Houston office, adding an additional 300 new jobs by 2021. The growth in Texas is part of the firm's overall growth nationwide, now averaging more than 1,000 professionals annually.

The No. 1 ranked firm in Power by Engineering News-Record established its presence in Fort Worth in 2003 and has steadily grown its revenue each year, doubling since 2013.

Founded by two entrepreneurs in 1898, Burns & McDonnell is a family of companies made up of 7,000 engineers, architects, construction professionals, scientists, consultants and innovators entrepreneurs with offices across the country and throughout the world.

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