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Burns & McDonnell expanding for wastewater

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Burns & McDonnell is expanding its engineering, design and construction team in Oklahoma City to support a growing number of municipal and industrial clients in the region needing water and wastewater-related services. The firm's office in Oklahoma City will add to its team of professionals working on water projects, extending capabilities for a staff that also is experienced working with clients in the energy sector.

"We are committed to helping Oklahoma communities address their mounting infrastructure needs in water and wastewater, especially as they continue facing challenges posed by changing regulations, ageing infrastructure and periods of drought," says Andrew Slotterback, who leads the water team in Oklahoma City after spending 15 years as a project manager on projects in Oklahoma and elsewhere. "We also understand the unique needs of upstream, midstream and refineries in the oil and gas markets and are positioned to help them maintain compliance and increase efficiencies."

Kansas City, Missouri-based Burns & McDonnell has long provided clients in the region with comprehensive, concept-to-completion services that run from planning, engineering and design through permitting, construction and commissioning.

"We are excited to be bringing in additional resources to increase our ability to address local needs in Oklahoma," says Ron Coker, an Oklahoma native and senior vice president of the Water Group for Burns & McDonnell. "Burns & McDonnell is committed to substantially growing our presence in Oklahoma. We know there are no greater infrastructure needs than providing clean water and reliable energy sources to communities. Burns & McDonnell is already a substantial player in the energy markets; now we're ready to build on our growing water presence in the region."

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