Oradell, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/18/2014 -- Burns and Roe Group, Inc., has announced that the Lansing Board of Water and Light (BWL), REO Town Cogeneration project has been awarded the 2013 Build Michigan Award by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Michigan. The project was honored at AGC’s Annual Meeting held on February 14, 2014 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The Build Michigan Award was established in 1995 by the Professional Service Provider Member Council of the AGC of Michigan as a way to recognize the excellence of an entire project team. Recipients are chosen by a panel of industry professionals that include an architect, engineer, facility owner/manager, city building official and university professor.
Burns and Roe performed engineering, design, procurement and field support services for this new combined cycle cogeneration facility, which produces up to 300,000 pounds per hour of steam and 110 MW of electrical power, occupying a 5.3 acre site.
"It is extremely rewarding to know that the Reo Town Project has been recognized once again as a great project," stated K. Keith Roe, Chairman and President of the Burns and Roe Group. "We are honored to have been involved in its engineering and design."
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Burns and Roe is a privately held, comprehensive engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance organization with specialized expertise in technically complex facilities. With over 1,500 personnel worldwide, Burns and Roe and its affiliated companies serve private and governmental clients in the power, industrial, and government service industries. The firm is a world leader in the markets that it serves. Engineering News-Record consistently ranks Burns and Roe among the country’s top power design firms. For more information on Burns and Roe, please contact the Company at (201) 265-2000 or through its website www.roe.com.