Four join Burns & McDonnell as project managers

Steve Adcock and Jeremy Wilkerson have joined Burns & McDonnell in Houston, and Kirsten Glesne and Chris McFarland have joined the firm in Denver, all as senior project managers in design and construction of oil and gas terminals, pipelines, and related facilities.

Adcock has more than 25 years of experience managing new design, procurement, and construction projects as an EPC contractor, most recently with Enterprise Products Partners LP.

Wilkerson has more than 17 years of experience focused on gathering systems and facilities layouts. He recently worked for Jacobs Engineering.

Glesne has worked for more than 21 years on major onshore and offshore pipeline, storage terminals, and related facilities for Chevron Corp. and other major oil companies.

McFarland has worked for 14 years as a project manager on interstate and international pipeline and terminal projects, most recently with AECOM (formerly URS Corp.). 

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