Tim Rennie serves as Senior Vice President of the Technical, Resources, and Operations (TRO) Division, ensuring that G2-IS maintains excellence in operational project delivery and continues to develop an industry-leading resource base that leads the company’s intent to be thought leaders in the infrastructure industry. With more than 30 years of directly relevant experience, Tim brings a unique blend of strengths in leading operations in project based organizations and building business strategy and consulting services in the energy, chemicals, and utility sectors.
Most recently, Tim served as Vice President, Global Projects Organization for Exterran, where he provided leadership for the successful completion and startup of midstream oil and gas facilities as an EPC provider for long-term contract operations, both domestically and internationally. He was responsible for the management of the Global Projects business, creating shareholder value by providing a single source of complex, lump sum EPC installation of small and large compression stations, gas processing, and cryogenic gas plant project delivery for international contract operations facilities while increasing the pull-through of Exterran services and products.
Prior to his work with Exterran, Tim was Executive Vice President for the Engineering and Construction segment of Englobal Corporation, where he led nine offices throughout the US, performing EPC and inspection projects in the power, pipeline, chemicals, refining, and government contracting markets. Tim also served in multiple roles with WorleyParsons, including Vice President, Strategy and Vice President, Denver/Phoenix Operations, where he delivered a business turnaround in the fossil and renewable technology based power generation and environmental consulting markets.
Earlier in his career, Tim was the founder and leader of a successful boutique consulting firm for more than a decade, specializing in EPC project consulting, engineering work sharing processes, advanced engineering/design systems, large data conversion projects for plant control systems, operations and maintenance, asset performance management, and document management for regulatory compliance in the complex process industries.
Tim earned a Master of Science in Engineering Management from the Marshall University Graduate College and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University. Tim is a registered Professional Engineer and continues to maintain his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute
Senior Vice President of Technical, Resources, and Operations (TRO) Division