In this paper, we develop a reduced basis construction method that allows for separate consideration of baseline and actuated dynamics in the reduced modeling process. A prototype initial boundary value problem, governed by the two-dimensional Burgers equation, is formulated to demonstrate the utility of the method in a boundary control setting. Comparisons are done between reduced and full order solutions under open-loop boundary actuation to illustrate advantages gained by separate consideration of actuated dynamics. A tracking control problem is specified using a linear quadratic regulator formulation. Comparisons of feedback control effectiveness are done to demonstrate benefits in control effectiveness obtained from separate consideration of actuated dynamics during model reduction.