Burns & McDonnell has added four senior project managers to its oil and gas design-build teams in Houston and Denver.
Steve Adcock and Jeremy Wilkerson have joined Burns & McDonnell as senior project managers in the Houston region and Kirsten Glesne and Chris McFarland are senior project managers based in Denver. All will be responsible for leading a variety of terminal, pipeline and related facility projects both in the U.S. and internationally.
Adcock has over 25 years’ experience managing new design, procurement, and construction projects both for major petroleum companies and as an engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractor. He has worked on many large pipeline projects ranging from interstate crude oil pipelines to intrastate pipelines and terminal storage systems. A degreed engineer from Mississippi State University, Adcock has also managed numerous marine terminal facilities both domestic and internationally.
Wilkerson has more than 17 years’ experience with a focus on gathering systems and facilities layouts. He has worked for major petroleum producers and refiners in all sectors, from upstream/midstream transportation to downstream refining and in manufacturing operations for gas turbine and reciprocating engine compressors. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical technology and a master’s of business administration degree.
Glesne has 21 years’ experience on major onshore and offshore pipeline, storage terminal and related facilities projects for Chevron and other major petroleum companies. She has overseen large-scale, complex construction projects in Africa, the Middle East and the U.S. covering all phases from design and bid through construction, fabrication, and commissioning. She is a mechanical engineer with a degree from California State Polytechnic University and holds a master’s degree in International Relations from Tufts University.
McFarland has 14 years’ experience as a project manager on a variety of interstate and international pipeline and terminal projects, where he managed front-end planning through detail design and construction. His experience most recently includes a mix of natural gas, crude, and refined products cross country pipelines. McFarland is a mechanical engineer with a degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
Adcock, Wilkerson, Glesne and McFarland are experienced with engineer-procure-construct project delivery capabilities. All have managed large-scale liquid and natural gas pipeline and storage projects in a variety of geographies.