Josh Avera






28 years


"A fulfilling personal life requires stability, resources and time to develop. EAB has supplied me with all three."
Josh Avera

Career Progression

Career Progression


Josh began his career at EAB as a part time Technician in Training during the summer. He had prior experience in general construction which added value to his service.


Josh was promoted to Technician.


DFW Airport Terminal D was the first major project Josh worked on. It was such a large-scale project that required half of the Dallas personnel, full time, for over a year. Josh began the project as a “helper” and finished as a Team Lead.


Josh became a Project Supervisor. At the time, Josh completed his largest project to date, Lonestar High School in Frisco Texas.


The Material Science and Engineering Research Laboratory at The University of Texas at Dallas was another key project in Josh’s career. This project uncovered his interest in the challenging arena of HVAC controls and applications in laboratories.


Josh took on the role of Project Coordinator and mainly worked with The University of Texas and their campuses.


With extensive experience in training employees over the years, Josh took on the role of Safety Coordinator for the Dallas office.


Josh was certified as a Test and Balance Engineer (TBE) by the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) and was promoted to Project Manager. During this time, he led the project for Toyota’s state-of-the-art North American Headquarters in Plano, TX. This project presented many challenges or “opportunities for growth”, as Glenn Varner calls them. It included over a dozen buildings going up on an accelerated schedule which honed Josh’s skills in organizing and scheduling long term projects.


Josh continues to serve EAB with excellence as Project Manager in the Dallas office. His long and impressive career includes a 10+ year relationship with The University of Texas at Dallas.

Josh's Specialties

More About Josh

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

Quality is my favorite core value, to me this is what our long-term customers look for. I have had the good fortune to work on the same campuses for years. The quality and long-term effect of our work is what they appreciate the most.

What is your ideal room temperature, and why?

71 to 73 degrees because you do not become chilled at rest or hot when moving around. It generates less temperature complaints.

What is your absolute favorite thing about working for EAB?

The people. I grew up with three of our other employees (we all met at church as kids) and have formed long lasting relationships with many others. EAB is staffed by smart, hardworking, independently motivated, good people.

What did you want to be when you were little?

A police officer. I was raised by my grandfather, who was a retired policeman. Later, I discovered I was more mechanically minded.

What do you like to do on your days off?

I enjoy woodworking. I have crafted several of the pieces of furniture in my house.

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