Tim Thompson is Vice President, Global Communication and Business Development at T-Rex Engineering and Construction, based in Houston, TX. He has extensive marketing, communications, political & government relations background in both the public and private sectors: • Burson-Marsteller Public Relations (Houston) • U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration (export promotion) • The White House, Office of the President & Vice President • Invesco/AIM (Houston) and AMR Investments (Ft. Worth) • Media relations for U2 lead singer, Bono and his AIDs awareness campaign • 1992 Republican National Convention (Houston) • White House political appointment to the U.S. Department of Commerce, Import Administration • Political Director, Oklahoma Republican Party • 1988 George H.W. Bush for President Campaign/Republican National Committee/Presidential Inaugural Committee • ABC Sports, CBS Sports, Fox Sports Southwest Mr. Thompson is native of Houston, TX and was raised in Midland, TX. He holds a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Oklahoma and an Executive Certificate in International Business Management from Georgetown University. Additionally, he studied Spanish at the Don Quixote School in Barcelona, Spain. Mr. Thompson is an accomplished amateur golfer and qualified and competed in the prestigious 2008 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship. He is a board member of the Texas Golf Association and the Medalist Golf Association.
T-Rex provides engineering and fabrication services for both offshore and onshore projects. We have extensive experience with designing, building and testing of subsea equipment such as PLETs, PLEMs, ILS, manifolds, jumpers and related equipment. Our in-house engineering capabilities include providing detailed FEA, concept development, subsea processing, fatigue, plate buckling, installation and global structural analysis. Additionally, our CAD capabilities include 3D drawings and 3D animations for simulation, fabrication fit-up, field development or any other animations that may be needed. T-Rex recently acquired a 32-acre fabrication facility on Carpenter’s Bayou, near the Houston Ship Channel.