Kansas City, Missouri – Sept. 26, 2019 – Enerfab, one of the nation’s leaders in providing fabrication, construction, and maintenance services to the utility, chemical, and heavy industrial markets, today announced the hiring of Shawn Barham as general manager of their Midwest regional office based in Kansas City, Missouri.

As general manager, Barham will be responsible for managing all operational functions of the Midwest office. Nelson Jordan, the executive vice president of Enerfab’s Midwest region, commented, “We are excited to have Shawn on board. This is a growing office and we look forward to leveraging his 20+ years of management and business development experience to help us further accelerate the growth of this important region of our business.”

Barham comes to Enerfab with over 20 years of experience in the construction business. He has held various senior management roles in both operations and business development at many organizations including Kiewit Corporation; KBR, Inc.; Summit Industrial Construction; and PCL Construction Ltd . A University of Kansas alum, Barham attained three degrees – a BS in civil engineering in 1996, an MS in civil engineering in 1999, and an MBA in finance/management in 2005.

“I am excited to join the Enerfab family. This reputable organization has a long history of delivering excellence in fabrication, construction, and maintenance services across the United States, and I look forward to leveraging my skill sets to contribute to its future growth,” Barham said.

Enerfab president, Aaron Landolt, stated, “I am delighted to have Shawn on board. The Kansas City region is an important market for us, with huge growth potential.” He added, “We need great leaders to help manage our accelerated growth strategy – Shawn is a perfect fit for this critical role.”

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