Large windows are a feature in the Burns & McDonnell world headquarters building at 9450 Ward Parkway in Kansas City. The engineering and architecture firm, ranked high on a “Best Companies to Work For” list, opened an expanded $85 million headquarters building last year.
Large windows are a feature in the Burns & McDonnell world headquarters building at 9450 Ward Parkway in Kansas City. The engineering and architecture firm, ranked high on a “Best Companies to Work For” list, opened an expanded $85 million headquarters building last year. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Large windows are a feature in the Burns & McDonnell world headquarters building at 9450 Ward Parkway in Kansas City. The engineering and architecture firm, ranked high on a “Best Companies to Work For” list, opened an expanded $85 million headquarters building last year. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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