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Freese and Nichols welcome Brian Glynn to the team

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Freese and Nichols has hired Brian Glynn, PE, as a Project Manager to lead delivery of trenchless water, wastewater, stormwater and transportation projects as the company continues the growth of its tunnelling and trenchless technology services.

Brian brings a wealth of experience throughout the project delivery cycle on trenchless projects, from planning and detailed design, through to construction and project closeout. He has handled projects for multiple cities across the US.

His blend of experience in the field and as a utility contractor gives him exceptional insights as a Project Manager. He can quickly identify concerns during the design phase and avoid challenges during construction, which can save clients time and money.

“Brian’s addition to our team and his experience working on large tunnel and heavy civil projects across the country will allow Freese and Nichols to respond to our clients’ needs for the next generation of underground infrastructure,” said Brian Gettinger, a Freese and Nichols Associate and tunnelling services leader.

“His experience working on projects of all sizes, and his background as a utility contractor, ensure that from small microtunnels to large tunnels, no stone will go unturned.”

Brian specialises in water and wastewater conveyance tunnels delivered by pipe jacking, microtunnelling and tunnel boring machines. He has worked with a variety of materials, including precast concrete segments, fibreglass pipe, steel pipe and concrete pipe. His experience also includes grouting and ground stabilisation of shafts and embankments.

He is a licensed Professional Engineer and a member of the Stormwater Management Committee of the City of Leawood, Kansas, US. He received his Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri – Kansas City, US.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldtrenchless.com/construction/12032021/freese-and-nichols-welcome-brian-glynn-to-the-team/

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