MEP Designer

Greg Johnson 

Greg serves as CR-BPS’ lead MEP, overseeing all engineering assessment results and final deliverables for mechanical and electrical systems. Greg monitors all on-site assessment results, analyzes mechanical operations and maintenance needs, and identifies energy conservation opportunities. With over 30 years of experience in the engineering field, Greg ensures that clients’ needs are met through proven experience and project management. Greg is a skilled problem-solver, continually updating his professional knowledge base to provide clients with cutting edge applications and solutions to their problems.

Prior to joining CR-BPS, Greg served in a variety of technical and managerial positions with mechanical contractors and engineering firms.  He was the first person, other than founding members, to become a full partner at MEP Associates, LLC., a multi-state engineering firm. At MEP, he served as Principal in charge of many large projects including universities, pharmaceutical labs, and hospitals. He also designed or collaborated on several large geothermal projects, including Ball State University, in Muncie, Indiana, which was the largest project of its kind, in the U.S. in his last years with MEP Associates, he was the lead Quality Control Reviewer for all design projects: mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and fire protection.

 Greg is a licensed Designer of Engineering Systems in Wisconsin, having apprenticed under Walter Swenberg P.E., Rochester, Minnesota, and tutelage of Bert Fredrickson, P.E., Milwaukee, WI. He received his education through Indianhead Technical College, Eau Claire, WI, and University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.

Greg is dedicated to outdoor pursuits in his spare time–from fishing, to hiking, to traveling. Currently, walking his dog—Benny, the fearless English Springer Spaniel, is part of his daily exercise regime during the pandemic. Greg’s favorite hiking trails are in the BWCA and in Colorado, especially the Zirkel Circle Trail near Steamboat Springs, CO. Greg appreciates a variety of architectural building styles, especially Craftsman bungalows, and Prairie Style,  as exemplified by the amount of time he spends improving his own home.