Glenn Neises

Glenn Neises
Chief Nuclear Officer
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P: 816-822-3388
F: 816-333-3690

Engineering, Integrity, Excellence<br>for the Nuclear Power Industry

Engineering, Integrity, Excellence
for the Nuclear Power Industry

Powering the nuclear industry requires a breadth and depth of engineering and construction solutions. Burns & McDonnell's more than 115 years of experience with all generation types includes nuclear plant safety-related and non-safety-related work.

From nuclear plant upgrades to new plant development, you can put our engineering solutions to work for you.

Burns & McDonnell is an engineering supplier-partner for the Utilities Service Alliance (USA), which comprises 15 utilities operating 27 reactors capable of producing in excess of 29,000 MW of electrical power.

Qualified, Experienced

We have developed a Nuclear Quality Assurance Program that meets the requirements of 10CFR 50, Appendix B, and we are on the approved supplier list for multiple plants, delivering on time, on budget, high-quality work.

Our full-service engineering and construction solutions come from our multidisciplined staff of nearly 5,000 employee-owners represents virtually all design disciplines. Our experience in all types of power generation facilities provides a wealth of knowledge to support your new plant design, existing plant upgrades or operating plant issues with the expertise and manpower to successfully traverse government programs and provide design and analysis for myriad complex systems.

Burns & McDonnell can help you navigate complex nuclear processes and development to meet your nuclear energy needs.

"Callaway became a safer plant as a result of the implementation of the temporary emergency diesel generators and the non-safety auxiliary feedwater pump. ... The effort to accomplish this result was substantial and impressive. For AmerenUE Callaway Plant, I would like to express thanks to Burns & McDonnell and its staff for its partnership with our staff in the design development and completion of this project in a very short timeframe. The commitment, effort, teamwork and quality from your staff were both impressive and essential to the completion of this project."

— Adam C. Heflin
Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer

  • Engineering studies, permits and licensing
  • Engineering calculations
  • Engineering change package development
  • Preparation of 10CFR50.59 screens and evaluations
  • Finite element analyses
  • Transient, thermal and hydraulic analyses
  • Set point analyses
  • Instrument scaling calculations
  • Load flow calculations
  • Extended power uprate studies and implementation
  • Commercial-grade dedications
  • Plant emergent issues support
  • 10CFR50 Appendix B QA Program


Preparing for the Improbable

Preparing for the Improbable

Post-Fukushima, the nuclear community in the U.S. looks to strengthen safety by implementing beyond-design-basis mitigation strategies.

What plants are doing