New Burns & McDonnell CEO Ray Kowalik welcomed employees at its Kansas City headquarters to a chili lunch Tuesday.
New Burns & McDonnell CEO Ray Kowalik welcomed employees at its Kansas City headquarters to a chili lunch Tuesday. Burns & McDonnell
New Burns & McDonnell CEO Ray Kowalik welcomed employees at its Kansas City headquarters to a chili lunch Tuesday. Burns & McDonnell

Ray Kowalik begins his tenure as Burns & McDonnell’s CEO

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