“My favorite aspect about working for EAB is the constantly changing environment. I enjoy meeting new clients and helping them with their specific needs.” – Travis Campbell
Travis’ Time at EAB
In 2005, Travis joined EAB as a TAB Technician in Training. His work experience prior to EAB for residential and commercial construction has proven advantageous in becoming a project leader.
By 2010, Travis was promoted to TAB Project Supervisor. During this time, Travis gained valuable knowledge and skills unique to the education industry, working with schools in the Houston area.
Travis oversaw the 34-story Anadarko Petroleum project in 2013. This was one of his first largest projects where Travis learned a lot about his leadership skills, as well as, how to manage a fast-paced construction project with tight deadlines.
Travis’ hard work continued to pay off and by 2014, he was promoted to TAB Project Coordinator. One of his first projects was Sheldon High School and Sheldon Stadium. Travis coordinated both projects simultaneously and worked to ensure that the facility and stadium met Sheldon ISD’s specific needs.
In 2017, Travis became a Certified Test and Balance Engineer (TBE) by the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC).
Travis is also a member of EAB’s Safety Committee. His duties include lift training, PPE equipment inspections, first aid kit inspections, as well as, communicating safety updates at monthly EAB meetings.
Travis assumed the role of TAB Project Manager in 2021 and currently oversees projects in Spring ISD, Tomball ISD, Klein ISD, Cy-Fair ISD, and Sheldon ISD. Travis is an extremely valuable member of our team, and we are so thankful for his past 18 years of service and leadership.
More About Travis…
What is your ideal room temperature, and why?
74°F is the perfect temperature if the humidity is below 55%.
What did you want to be when you were little?
I have always been interested in the automotive industry, and I’ve always wanted to do something affiliated with racing.
Which of these core values (Integrity, Quality, Consistency and Teamwork) do you most identify with, and what does it mean to you?
Integrity will always be a vital piece of our business; it promotes trust to project team members and clients alike. Teamwork is a necessary part of every project I manage. I firmly believe that when everyone is working together as a team, the possibilities are endless.
What do you like to do on your days off?
I love working in my home garage on my countless projects, whether it be old cars or fabricating things from scratch.