Burns & McDonnell, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., is a full-service engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and strategic consulting solutions firm. Our multi-disciplined staff of more than 7,000 employee-owners includes engineers, architects, construction experts, planners, estimators, economists, technologists and strategic advisory consultants, representing virtually all engineering, design and technology disciplines. We plan, design, permit, construct and manage facilities all over the world, with one mission in mind: Make our clients successful.
Also, amidst a rapidly changing business environment, Burns & McDonnell has launched 1898 & Co. 1898 & Co., as part of Burns & McDonnell and its more than 120 years of cross-industry innovation, brings both a broad and deep understanding of complex industries. 1898 & Co. is keenly focused on providing future-focused consulting and technology solutions that deliver on clients’ most challenging problems. Services offered include: Business Optimization & Strategic Asset Planning, Digital Transformation & Software Solution Development and Security & Compliance.
Do You Have Facility Maintenance? We Do
Do you have ...
... critical facility data at your fingertips?
Many facility owners track maintenance records through paper forms filed across multiple offices or departments. Through our DataConservation™ approach, Burns & McDonnell clients can use information from planning, design and construction phases to support maintenance operations.
... work order management?
Managers monitor facility/system integrity on a daily basis and respond to deficiencies. Some of the issues they face:
Work orders: Scheduling jobs, assigning personnel, reserving materials, recording costs and tracking relevant information, such as the cause of the problem.
Preventive maintenance: Keeping track of inspections and jobs, including step-by-step instructions, check lists and required materials lists.
Asset management: Recording data about equipment and assets, including specifications, expected lifetime, condition, etc.
All of this pertinent information can work together with DataConservation™.
... centralized data management?
By using the DataConservation™ approach, your organization will benefit on all levels, from maintenance crew chiefs tracking work completion to managers running detailed cost-analysis reports to develop next year’s budget. Integrated information systems allow decision makers to access today’s data today.
Application Development, Business Case Development, Data Conversion/Migration, Data Model & Database Design, GIS Strategy and Planning, Implementation, Needs and Requirements, System Architecture and Design, System Integration