Caitlin Geisinger

Business Development Manager
Oil, Gas & Chemical

Now more than ever, producers and others working in oil, gas and chemicals are committed to identifying sustainable ways to deliver projects to help meet clean energy goals. As the storage and logistics business development manager, Caitlin Geisinger is helping clients achieve success and navigate the energy transition.

Caitlin leads engineering and construction business development within the midstream and logistics space for the firm. Whether it’s connecting with new clients or heading to the construction site, she is relentless and all-in when it comes to making her clients successful. She and her team work alongside oil, gas and chemical clients throughout the U.S., providing engineering, environmental, procurement and construction services for storage and logistics projects. Throughout her career, she’s served in a variety of roles from engineering to field construction support to internal sales.

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

I have lived in more than a dozen locations. My parents were both in the Navy, so I moved constantly as a kid and that trend has persisted in my adult life. I attended two different colleges and have moved offices/locations within Burns & McDonnell four times.

What advice would you give your younger self?

Be more patient and enjoy the ride along the way. I am an extremely type A go-getter and was always looking for the next thing. Looking back, I wish I would've just enjoyed each moment and all the experience I was gaining along the way.

How do you and your team make the world a better place?

In our Oil, Gas and Chemical Group, we have a strong focus on renewable energy and fuels and executing traditional energy projects sustainably and safely — protecting the thousands of people who work in our industry.

What’s the coolest part of your job?

Getting to meet so many different people. In my role, I interact with so many engineers, project managers and other teams within Burns & McDonnell. Additionally, I'm constantly meeting new clients, suppliers and other people in the industry. I feel like I've built a nationwide network, which is so much fun.

If you were stranded on a desert island, what three things would you want with you?

My goldendoodle dog, Henry, to keep me company, my Kindle for some good reads and a lighter, because I never learned how to start a fire with sticks.