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Max Hengst Joins Audubon Companies as Vice President of Pipeline Engineering

Engineering Veteran Brings Proven Processes, Team Development, and Pipeline Strategy Acumen to Audubon Companies’ Integrated Pipeline Engineering and Field Organization

/EIN News/ -- HOUSTON, March 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Audubon Companies, a global provider of EPCM services, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Max Hengst as Vice President of Pipeline Engineering.  Based in Houston, Mr. Hengst will lead the continued development of integrated pipeline engineering operations and strategy for the company’s affiliate, Audubon Field Solutions’ U.S. pipeline market.

Max Hengst Joins Audubon Companies
Newly Appointed VP of Pipeline Engineering for Audubon Companies

Bringing more than 15 years of industry experience, Mr. Hengst will also focus on the development of further operational efficiencies, quality, commercial, and critical project support services within the pipeline engineering and field services practices. His experience also includes project execution, business planning, FERC filings, DOT regulations, information management, and commercial management.  

Bryan McDonald, President of Audubon Field Solutions, an affiliate of Audubon Companies, said: “Max will play an integral role in supporting our ambition to grow and enhance the integrated pipeline engineering and field solutions we provide to pipeline operators.”

“His strong engineering leadership, management, and industry knowledge will be invaluable as we continue to drive our business forward, seeking new opportunities to provide competitive services to meet our clients’ challenges.”

Max adds: “I look forward to leveraging my oil and gas experience to support the continued extension and enhancement of our integrated pipeline solutions portfolio. My focus will be continuing to create value for existing clients and supporting opportunities to broaden our offering into new geographies and client sectors.”

Mr. Hengst, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University, has held numerous leadership positions at major pipeline engineering companies.  Most recently, Mr. Hengst worked at CH2M, where he served as Vice President of Midstream and Pipeline Sales.  Mr. Hengst also served as Vice President, Commercial & Marketing, at Universal Pegasus. Throughout his career, Hengst has been actively involved with numerous industry associations, including the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America Foundation (INGAA) and Southern Gas Association (SGA).

About Audubon Companies:

Audubon Companies is a global provider of EPCM services for the oil & gas, petrochemical, refining, and pipeline markets. Equipped with experience and talent, Audubon Companies’ three affiliates – Audubon Engineering Solutions, Audubon Field Solutions, and Affinity – deliver innovative and flexible solutions for repeatable project success – safely, on-schedule, and within budget.  For more information, visit

About Audubon Field Solutions:

Audubon Field Solutions, an Audubon Companies’ affiliate, is an industry-leading provider of integrated field and pipeline services for the oil and gas, petrochemical, refining, transmission, and power generation markets. For more information on our integrated pipeline engineering services, visit

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Ivonne Hallard
Sr. Director of Marketing and Communications

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