Jimmy Pelezo

Pelezo

Jimmy Pelezo

18

18

years

EXPERIENCE
WITH EAB

DALLAS LOCATION

27 years

EXPERIENCE WITH EAB

"When I got the interview with EAB, I sat down at Gaylon Richardson’s desk. He was the Vice President of EAB at the time and his first words to me were, ‘Do you know who I am?’ Being a nervous 23-year-old, I answered, ‘No sir.’ His response was, ‘I was your little league baseball coach.’ Right then I knew I was home. As I looked around the office, I saw people that I grew up with and already had memories of. I didn't know any of this walking into the interview. Working at EAB is like working with family. Everyone genuinely cares about one another, both at work and at home. My family and I are truly blessed to have found such a wonderful career and company to work for."
Jimmy Pelezo

Career Progression

Career Progression

2000

Jimmy earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi and worked as an Engineering Recruiter prior to joining EAB.

2003

After interviewing with his former little league baseball coach, also known as the Vice President of EAB, Gaylon Richardson, Jimmy joined EAB as a Technician in Training.

2005

Jimmy became a certified Test and Balance Technician.

2011

The Alkek expansion to MD Anderson's main campus in Houston, Texas was Jimmy’s first major project. This project expanded the hospital by adding twelve additional stories to the existing eleven story building. As a project supervisor, Jimmy was tasked with making sure that all the equipment being served by the exhaust systems was switched seamlessly with little to no impact on patient care.

2015

Jimmy was certified as a Test and Balance Engineer (TBE) by the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC).

2015

As project coordinator, Jimmy led multiple teams over multiple years on the Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care project. This impressive building is The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center’s newest research facility.

2016

Jimmy was promoted to Project Manager and led the team on Houston Methodist Hospital’s Walter Tower. This sophisticated project entailed a 23-story, 1,000,000 sq. ft facility that consists of dedicated patient floors, Operating Rooms, Catheterization Labs, Intensive Care Units, and Bone Marrow Transplant Rooms and was completed in 2019.

2020

Jimmy was promoted to Senior Project Manager, and continued to oversee and pursue large healthcare and institutional projects.

Present

Jimmy’s continual pursuit to serve at EAB with excellence earned him the role of Field Operations Manager at the Houston office.

Jimmy's Specialties

More About Jimmy

More About

Which of these core values (Integrity, Quality, Consistency and Teamwork) do you most identify with, and what does it mean to you?

Definitely Teamwork. Teamwork is working together towards a common vision. EAB accomplishes this by adhering to our core values. This quote accurately describes the atmosphere of Teamwork at EAB: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” -Henry Ford

What is your ideal room temperature, and why?

73 degrees. Not too hot. Not too cold.

What is your absolute favorite thing about working for EAB?

What did you want to be when you were little?

I wanted to be a professional baseball player. I grew up watching Ken Caminiti who played for the Houston Astros and was amazed at his ability and arm strength. In high school and college, I had one of the strongest arms on the field. I had a few first basemen that hated when the ball was hit to me. Sorry guys.

What do you like to do on your days off?

Hunting, fishing, boating, and watching my boys amaze me. My oldest son Alec is a Junior Elite gymnast training for the 2021 Trampoline and Tumbling Worlds in Baku, Azerbaijan.