Depends on many factors, but I have found it to be slow for the past few years. However, Burns & McDonnell is good about not laying off at the drop of a hat so it usually turns around and you get busy again. The problem is, they give you very little time to meet deadlines so you have to work at lightening speed and not use many project hours. If you need more hours, it is an unwritten rule that you work on your own time off the clock so to speak or say goodbye to your year end bonus.
Very fast paced, high volume.
Moderate some time slow others
Answered - Drafting Technician/Designer (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO