Instrumentation & Controls Department, Lead/Principal Design Engineering
Tim Gentry works for Fluor Corporation and is currently serving as the Lead Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Engineer on the Greensville County Power Station (GCPS) Project, which is currently under construction in Emporia, Virginia. The GCPS Project is a 1500 MW 3x1 Combined Cycle Combustion Turbine Power Plant.
Mr. Gentry joined Fluor in 2008 and has served in various leadership roles since that time. On his first project leadership assignment, Mr. Gentry successfully led a team of inexperienced I&C Engineers to successfully complete a large-scale project on schedule and in budget. He then easily transitioned into an Engineering Management position, where he was responsible for all engineering disciplines work progress.
Prior to joining Fluor, Mr. Gentry served in various engineering roles at Duke/Fluor Daniel, Duke Energy, and Areva NP. All totaled, he has 18 years of experience in the Power industry and over 22 years of total engineering experience.
A North Carolina native, Mr. Gentry first earned an A.A.S degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Forsyth Technical Community College and performed work for NASA and the US Department of Defense. Later, he earned a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of North Carolina At Charlotte. He is also a Registered Professional Engineer in North Carolina.