Mike Beehler

Mike Beehler
Vice President
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T&D Construction with Design-Build/EPC Advantages

T&D Construction with Design-Build/EPC Advantages

Faster. Cost-effective. Single point of responsibility.

If that is how you want your transmission and distribution project to proceed, design-build is the way to go. Turn to Burns & McDonnell for a shorter schedule, a cost-controlled project ... and to reduce the challenges that come with a traditional approach.

You. Burns & McDonnell. Design-Build. A perfect match.

Design-Build Delivers Results

Design-build, or engineer-procure-construct (EPC), project delivery reduces owner risk, shortens project schedules, provides a single point of contact, increases cooperation, reduces owner staffing, and establishes an environment for design and construction innovation.

As a leader in the T&D industry, Burns & McDonnell has all the services required to make your project successful.

Our work as EPC contractor for Xcel Energy's Southwest Minnesota Wind Transmission Upgrade earned the honor of Burns & McDonnell 2007 Project of the Year and accolades from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Minnesota.

Our outstanding safety record and strong bonding capacity allows Burns & McDonnell to tackle multiple projects simultaneously. Our extensive vendor and subcontractor network, coupled with our engineering, procurement and construction personnel, delivers the quality you've come to expect from Burns & McDonnell.

Innovative program management starts with our exclusive program management tool, OneTouchPM®, that enhances your cost savings and enables our team to make better decisions and reduce errors on the job site through a portable, 3D dashboard that integrates real-time design and construction data. Click here to watch a video about how OneTouchPM® works.

  • Time-proven management approach
  • State-of-the-art management information system
  • Project scheduling software
  • Accounting systems
  • Procurement procedures
  • Construction procedures
  • Risk management team
  • Safety and health program
  • Field inspection program
  • Overall project management
  • Scope and budget definition
  • Permitting, engineering and detailed design
  • Equipment and material supply up to 765-kV
  • Complete construction activities
  • Field testing, commissioning and training
  • As-built documentation