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Larry Pennington, PE

Associate Partner | Director of MEP/T Engineering

I am an engineer. I know that every problem has a solution, but I also know, I may not know what that is initially. Engineering is the creative application of known principles to problem solving. The key in that definition is “creative.” Creativity in an attribute that allows us to go beyond traditional concepts and to create new methods for solving problems.

As a child, I can remember being a dreamer. Teachers would catch me staring out the window in class, thinking about something that captivated me or caught my fancy. Now, many years later, when I am faced with a challenge, I find myself peering out the window thinking through my problem in search of a solution. More often than not, that process still works for me today.

You may say I am not the typical engineer. So many are content to apply the cookbook method of engineering to today’s challenges when we have an opportunity to do more by allowing our creativity to take hold. At Johnston, I enjoy using creative thinking to solve our client’s problems and mentor others to not be afraid to do the same.

Larry Pennington, PE

Associate Partner | Director of MEP/T Engineering

I am an engineer. I know that every problem has a solution, but I also know, I may not know what that is initially. Engineering is the creative application of known principles to problem solving. The key in that definition is “creative.” Creativity in an attribute that allows us to go beyond traditional concepts and to create new methods for solving problems.

As a child, I can remember being a dreamer. Teachers would catch me staring out the window in class, thinking about something that captivated me or caught my fancy. Now, many years later, when I am faced with a challenge, I find myself peering out the window thinking through my problem in search of a solution. More often than not, that process still works for me today.

You may say I am not the typical engineer. So many are content to apply the cookbook method of engineering to today’s challenges when we have an opportunity to do more by allowing our creativity to take hold. At Johnston, I enjoy using creative thinking to solve our client’s problems and mentor others to not be afraid to do the same.

Larry Pennington, PE

Associate Partner | Director of MEP/T Engineering

I am an engineer. I know that every problem has a solution, but I also know, I may not know what that is initially. Engineering is the creative application of known principles to problem solving. The key in that definition is “creative.” Creativity in an attribute that allows us to go beyond traditional concepts and to create new methods for solving problems.

As a child, I can remember being a dreamer. Teachers would catch me staring out the window in class, thinking about something that captivated me or caught my fancy. Now, many years later, when I am faced with a challenge, I find myself peering out the window thinking through my problem in search of a solution. More often than not, that process still works for me today.

You may say I am not the typical engineer. So many are content to apply the cookbook method of engineering to today’s challenges when we have an opportunity to do more by allowing our creativity to take hold. At Johnston, I enjoy using creative thinking to solve our client’s problems and mentor others to not be afraid to do the same.

 
 

 
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Suite 1500
Houston, Texas 77057

PHONE NUMBERS

713.244.8300  Main
713.532.9006  Fax

EMAIL ADDRESS
 

 
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