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ENR June 09, 2014
 ENR June 09, 2014
Cover Story:

Design Firm of the Year: Burns & McDonnell: Project Diversity Spurs Expansion

Diversification and expansion help ENR Texas & Louisiana's Design Firm of the Year post four-fold increase in regional revenue in 2013.

Cover image: Courtesy of Burns & McDonnell

Energy and Related Sectors Buoy Design Firms
Regional revenue grew by more than a $1 billion in 2013 for engineering and design companies across Texas and Louisiana.
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