As one of Burns & McDonnell’s original employee-owners, Kim has been witness to history. She sometimes looks around and marvels at all the infrastructure projects that bear the company’s contributions. But while a lot has changed for Kim since 1986, many things are constant, including the pride of ownership and the connection with her colleagues.
I am proud that I’ve spent my entire career at Burns & Mac because of how I’ve seen it grow, mature and get better over the years, but still feel like it’s a family.
Kim cares about her work. Want proof? She once presented a project in front of 700 people at a conference and cried at the end. She was just that proud and appreciative of the project team.