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Employee Profile – Lucas Plant

Employee Profile – Lucas Plant

Lucas Plant joined us just two short years ago, and is confirmation of the value of our K-State internship program. Already, we’ve watched history in the making in his life as we welcomed his bride into the Dallas fold. She works at another local MEP, but that’s ok. She was ours first – see below.  Here are a few things about Luke in his own words. Enjoy!

I was born and raised in Colorado Springs with my dad (Vern), mom (Lorie), older brother (Mitchell)), and younger brother (Ken). And now, I have a sister in law, Rene, who’s married to Mitch.

I hail from a family of engineers; my dad and brother are both electrical engineers providing MEP system design in Colorado Springs, and my little brother will be a sophomore at Wyoming State studying architectural engineering.

I played a lot of sports growing up, but my favorite was, and still is, volleyball (both court and sand).

I went to Kansas State University for my degree in Architectural Engineering. I love going back to visit and work from PMI’s intern office, but Manhattan could use some more mountains…

Had multiple jobs in college including landscaping, professional window washing (commercial and residential), line cook and dishwasher at a BBQ restaurant. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to work my final two years of college as an intern for PMI. I met my wife at Kansas State in one of our classes, and we celebrate our 1st wedding anniversary in June!

My wife’s family is from Wisconsin (they say they have “mountains”), so I’ve become a pretty big fan of good Wisconsin cheese and beer.

Moved to Dallas, TX in 2015 and am coming up on two years with PMI full time. (BTW, ya’ll could use some more mountains in Texas…)

Lauren and I have an adorable cat named Snickers who can’t decide if he’s a kitten, dog, or toddler.

I love the outdoors like going camping, snowboarding, hiking, etc. I especially love the mountains J (in case you haven’t figure that out by now).