Burns & McDonnell Promotes Pablo Lorenzo to Lead Aviation & Federal Group in California
BREA, California (Nov. 6, 2023) — Burns & McDonnell, a 100% employee-owned engineering, architecture and construction firm, announced Pablo L. Lorenzo, PE, to lead the firm’s Aviation & Federal Group in California.
“We are excited to have Pablo’s strategic vision take our Aviation & Federal team to new heights,” says Rashmi Menon, vice president and general manager for Burns & McDonnell in California. “With his aptitude for leadership, I look forward to witnessing our ports, aviation and federal clients thrive as a result of the team’s commitment to their success.”
Throughout his two-decade career, Pablo has partnered with clients to design and construct complex facilities for federal, aviation, aerospace, defense, industrial and mission-critical clients. He is experienced in program and project management, project development, design, and commissioning.
“With a new career chapter ahead of me, I look forward to leveraging my experience working on projects around the world to help solve our clients’ challenges,” says Lorenzo, who joined Burns & McDonnell in 2018 as a section manager and has been a regional group manager for the past three years. “There are countless opportunities ahead to design and build sustainable infrastructure, and I am excited for our Burns & McDonnell team to be a part of building a strong foundation for our communities.”
Lorenzo earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Universidad Simón Bolívar in Venezuela. With diverse project experience, Lorenzo has successfully earned the following certifications: Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager, Certified Building Commissioning Professional and LEED AP.
Part of a team of 13,500 employee-owners, the Burns & McDonnell team in California has more than 340 employees in San Francisco, San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles. The firm’s offerings include a comprehensive range of services for aviation, ports and federal projects, including program management, master planning, facility design and construction, and environmental planning and permitting.