HOUSTON, TX–ENGlobal, a provider of energy-related project delivery solutions, announced in February that, effective immediately, Timothy P. Rennie, P.E., PMP, has been appointed Executive Vice President of an ENGlobal subsidiary to lead the Company’s Engineering & Construction segment. He will report directly to Edward L. Pagano, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Rennie has served as Senior Vice President of Gulf Coast Operations since September 2010 and will be responsible for ENGlobal’s overall engineering and construction initiatives, with an emphasis on enhancing the Company’s low risk engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm) services internationally. Rennie is a member of the SPAR 3D advisory board.
During his 30-year career, Rennie has worked to develop long-term engineering alliances and project execution processes with advanced engineering systems and technologies. He has more than 20 years of international business, project delivery, and global sourcing experience in the Asia and Middle East regions. Prior to joining ENGlobal, Rennie served as Vice President-Operations (Denver/Phoenix Region) for WorleyParsons, where he was directly responsible for all aspects of the operation, including power engineering and environmental project delivery services, and developed work sharing project management methodology. During his tenure, he also held the positions of Vice President-Strategy-U.S. & Latin America/Caribbean and Manager-Global Execution Strategies. Prior to WorleyParsons, Rennie held management and engineering roles at the M.W. Kellogg Company and Union Carbide Corporation.
Rennie graduated summa cum laude with an M.S. in Engineering Management from Marshall University and cum laude with a B.S. Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and a certified Project Management Professional.
“Over the past five months, Tim has been instrumental in helping ENGlobal become an Employer of Choice in the Gulf Coast region, a highly competitive area that has faced a severe market downturn,” said Pagano. “His broad leadership skills and proven global P&L experience, along with his deep understanding of ENGlobal’s markets and customers, make him an excellent choice for this key position.”
Pagano continued, “ENGlobal recently reorganized around three key segments – Engineering & Construction, Field Solutions, and Automation – in order to better serve our clients. Executive Vice Presidents have been appointed to lead each group and will report to me. In addition, we have consolidated our legal entities to provide simplicity and efficiencies company-wide. We believe that this ‘One ENGlobal’ philosophy will enhance the ability of our business development team to actively cross-sell all of our capabilities to multiple business sectors within the energy industry. We expect our new structure will help to diversify our client mix and heighten focus on our corporate strategy.”