EXPERIENCE WITH EAB
Kit began his career at EAB working in the summer as a part time Technician in Training.
Hard work and dedication led Kit to the role of Field Technician.
EAB handled the Justin Wakeland High School project in Frisco, Texas. This was Kit’s first Testing and Balancing project to lead from start to finish.
Kit left EAB to attend Texas Tech where he completed his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
Kit rejoined EAB as a Project Coordinator.
Kit was instrumental in helping to develop the EAB Commissioning Group separate from our TAB services.
Kit was promoted to Commissioning Manager of the Dallas office.
Kit earned his Professional Engineer’s license through the State of Texas.
The University of Texas at Dallas School of Management II was the first major project Kit commissioned. It was also the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver project for which Kit performed commissioning services.
Kit led the project for The University of Texas at Dallas Engineering Building in Richardson, Texas. This American Institute of Architects (AIA) award winning project was featured in Texas Architect Magazine. It also achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold status.
The University of North Texas Health Science Center Interdisciplinary Research Building in Fort Worth, Texas is the most sophisticated project that Kit has been a part of. This impressive project achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold recognition.
Kit transitioned into a TAB Senior Project Manager role in preparation for a future role in executive management. Kit has assumed the role of overseeing multiple healthcare clients, notably maintaining a strong relationship with Scottish Rite Hospital.
More About Kit
Which of these core values (Integrity, Quality, Consistency and Teamwork) do you most identify with, and what does it mean to you?
Quality. While growing up, my father used to always tell me when I did something incorrectly, “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing RIGHT”. While this might have driven my younger self crazy, it is the motto I live by today.
What is your ideal room temperature, and why?
70 degrees, cool enough to sleep well, but warm enough to get out from under the covers in the morning.
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 marine biologist. I thought dolphins were the coolest animals in the world as a child, plus I watched a lot of Jacques Cousteau on PBS.
What do you like to do on your days off?
When I can manage to get away from having three children crawling all over me, you can find me at the deer lease or in my shop working on things for the deer lease.