Daryl Norris

Daryl Norris
TBE, CxA Branch Manager

23 years

SAN ANTONIO LOCATION

EXPERIENCE
WITH EAB

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SAN ANTONIO LOCATION

23 years

EXPERIENCE WITH EAB

"Upon graduating high school in 1996, I wasn't sure what career to pursue. Aptitude testing led me to believe I would have success in the medical or engineering field. Through a chance encounter, I applied to EAB and was hired in 1997. At the time, I had no idea what testing and balancing, and building commissioning fully entailed. This company has allowed me to take advantage of my God given abilities and pushed me to become who I am today. I am blessed and truly grateful to be a part of the EAB team."
Daryl Norris, TBE, CxA

Career Progression

1997

Daryl was hired during the summer as a part-time Technician-in-Training

2000

Daryl transferred from the Houston Branch to the San Antonio Branch as a Technician.

2002

AT&T Center was one of Daryl’s first large projects as a Project Supervisor, and one of the most significant projects in his career because of what it means to the city of San Antonio.

2011

Daryl’s first project as a Commissioning Coordinator was the Trinity University Center for the Sciences and Innovation. This was a large project that consisted of three phases. As each phase of the project was complete, certain areas in the building began to be occupied. Significant amounts of planning took place to ensure these areas, including sensitive laboratory spaces, could continue to be occupied during the next phases.

2012

One of Daryl’s most unique projects was The Baylor Scott & White Prokop Vivarium. Before EAB arrived on the project, three other balancing firms failed to qualify the building to pass state regulations. There were some basic design issues that EAB worked with the engineer to correct. This project built a strong relationship with the owner and the engineer.

2013

Daryl transitioned into a Commissioning Manager role at the San Antonio Branch.

Daryl led EAB’s first project with Texas Tech University. The Texas Tech Petroleum Engineering Building project was successful and created a strong relationship with Texas Tech that paved the way for many more projects in the future.

2015 – Present

Daryl became the San Antonio Branch Manager in 2015.

Daryl's Specialties

More About Daryl

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

I strongly value integrity in my personal life, and professional career. I define integrity as doing the right thing regardless of the situation.

What is your ideal room temperature, and why? 

As all of my colleagues at EAB know, the ideal room temperature depends on the humidity within the space.

What is your absolute favorite thing about working for EAB? 

In my many years at EAB, I would say that the people are my favorite thing about working for EAB. I love working side by side the people who make EAB so great.