We present an approach to parallelize generation of feasible solutions of mixed integer linear programs in distributed memory high performance computing environments. The approach combines a parallel framework with feasibility pump (FP) as the rounding heuristic. The proposed approach runs multiple FP instances with different starting so- lutions concurrently, while allowing them to share information. The starting solutions for multiple subroutines are created by rounding the most fractional k variables of an optimal solution of the continuous relaxation. Our compu- tational results on COR@L, MIPLIB 2003, and MIPLIB 2010 test sets suggest that the improvement resulting from parallelization using our approach is statistically significant. Furthermore, running multiple short FP algorithms in parallel can significantly outperform running a single long version even if both algorithms are given the same amount of CPU time. This suggest that the benefits of parallelization are also due to information sharing.