KBR, an American engineering, procurement, and construction company, has appointed Raymond Carney as its new vice president and chief accounting officer, effective May 30. Carney will replace Nelson Rowe, who has been promoted to senior vice president/officer of financial planning and investor relations.
Prior to joining KBR, Carney was vice president and chief accounting officer of Exterran since April 2016, and was vice president, controller, and chief accounting officer of Dresser-Rand Group from August 2008 to March 2016. Prior to Dresser-Rand, Carney spent six years with Alcoa, first as manager, financial transactions and subsequently as group controller for Global Rolled Products, Hard Alloy Extrusions and Asia. Carney began his career at Ernst & Young, where he served in a variety of positions during his 13-year tenure.