Burns & McDonnell is an international engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, that employs 5,700 engineers, architects, construction professionals, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and scientists.
The company has hired Amanda Breitling to lead their regional Environmental Services team from its Fort Worth office and Dennis Ingram has been hired for the Dallas office to help manage roadway improvement projects across the state.
“Both Dennis and Amanda bring unique skillsets and abilities to our growing team,” said Scott Clark, Burns & McDonnell vice president and general manager of the Dallas and Fort Worth offices, in the release.
Ingram comes to Dallas’ Burns & McDonnell with 20 years of experience in roadway design, project management, quality assurance and development of roadway plans and other projects.
He is registered as a professional engineer with the state of Texas and holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Maryland.
According to the firm’s news release, Ingram has worked on more than 20 projects in his career, even including multi-million and multi-billion dollar projects.
“Dennis is a Texas native with extensive experience in roadway design and project management that complements the work we are doing with clients across the state,” Clark said in the release.
The firm first opened its doors in Kansas City, Missouri in 1898 and got its start in North Texas in 2010. Since coming to North Texas, the firm’s local offices have grown by more than 500 percent.
They hope to more than double the D-FW area offices in the next five years, and it is with this continued expansion and growth that they bring Ingram and Breitling to the team.
Breitling is a registered environmental manager and professional geoscientist with the state of Texas and holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Texas Christian University.
Breitling comes to Fort Worth’s Burns & MacDonnell with more than 15 years of experience working on more than 350 environmental site assessments and subsurface investigations. She has experience in environmental compliance, project management and due diligence services for air, hazardous waste and water media, according to the release.
“Amanda has a broad environmental compliance background, giving her a deep understanding of our clients’ needs and an ability to help them navigate environmental regulations and challenges,” Clark said in the release.