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KANSAS CITY, MO-Kansas City-based Burns & McDonnell, an international architecture andengineering firm has been awarded a contract to design and managefacililties and utility systems at the Department of Energy’s southKansas City plant.

Burns & McDonnell, which expects to receive nearly $5 million in annualrevenue from the contract, will manage the plant’s utilities andfacilities engineering group. Some of the projects may include upgradesmade necessary by the plant’s age.

Employees of Honeywell, who recently received a five-year contract tooperate the plant, will still provide maintenance and operations.

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