Burns & McDonnell has added five experienced project managers to its Aviation team, extending the firm’s established capabilities to deliver integrated and design-build project services.
“With airports, airlines and their owners rising to meet customer demands and address growth needs, the ability to deliver comprehensive projects — and to do so efficiently and effectively — is more important than ever,” says Bret Pilney, vice president of the firm’s Aviation Group. “That’s what we do, and that’s why we’re adding to our team. These professionals are well-known in the industry for delivering successful projects, and doing it by bringing teams together. They’re a perfect fit.”
The new project managers:
Mark Deaton, who works to deliver integrated design-build services for clients focused on quality, value, efficiency and empowerment during renovations and new construction projects. He has more than a quarter century of experience, including the past decade leading a 40-member federal project team and its $500 million project portfolio.
Brenda Enos, who leads efforts to plan, design and execute environmental projects for airports. Her more than quarter century of experience includes the past seven as assistant director for capital programs and environmental management at the Massachusetts Port Authority. The authority, known as Massport, owns and operates three airports — Boston Logan International Airport, L.G. Hanscom Field, and Worcester Regional Airport — along with the Port of Boston’s containerized cargo, cruise and autoport terminals.
Jill Geboy, who delivers quality, efficiency and value to aviation projects in Southern California and beyond. Based in the firm’s office in Brea, California, she has six years of experience consulting on and administering projects at San Diego International Airport and for Los Angeles World Airports.
Armando Hernandez, who oversees and executes airport projects in the Southeast and across the United States. Based in Miami, Florida, Hernandez has more than three decades of experience in planning, design and construction for dozens of major projects, from aviation facilities to water systems. He’s leading Burns & McDonnell’s work to design and implement upgrades for baggage security at Miami International Airport, a $160 million project expected to be finished next year.
Gary Pare, who focuses on fueling projects at airports, government installations and other logistics centers. He has 13 years of experience engineering and executing construction and maintenance projects for major downstream owners, including Chevron, Tesoro, BP, Phillips 66 and ExxonMobil. Based in the Brea office, he’s currently working on fueling projects at the Port of Los Angeles and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.