Kevin Underwood

Kevin Underwood
TBE President, Branch Manager

26 years

DALLAS LOCATION

EXPERIENCE
WITH EAB

DALLAS LOCATION

26 years

EXPERIENCE WITH EAB

"It has been a privilege to have worked at EAB while growing and evolving through the years to become a leader in this company. I am honored to serve as President of EAB, and pledge to cultivate our commitment to our clients and employees to be successful in all endeavors.”
Kevin Underwood, TBE

Career Progression

1987-1994

Kevin worked at EAB part-time and as an intern throughout high school and college.

1994

Kevin earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from the University of North Texas and began his career as a Technician in Training at EAB.

1998-2006

Kevin gained extensive experience as a Project Supervisor and Coordinator with many large DFW Independent School Districts paving the way for many of EAB’s ongoing ISD partnerships.

2004

Kevin completed the OSHA 10-Hour Training for Construction.

2005

Kevin was Certified as a Test and Balance Engineer (TBE) – Associated Air Balance Council (AABC).

2008-2010

As project manager of the Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas – Acute Care Expansion, Kevin and his team worked tirelessly to Test and Balance the large hospital expansion.

2010

Kevin served as the Project Manager of the Methodist Hospital for Surgery in Addison, Texas. Under Kevin’s leadership, the team was able to successfully complete five months of Testing and Balancing in a month and a half.

2011-2012

Kevin served as the Senior Project Manager on the Parkview Regional Medical Center project in Indiana. Due to the location of the job and the fact that it was a large hospital, Kevin and his team relocated to Indiana for much of the year ensuring the project’s overall success.

2014-Present

Kevin became the EAB Dallas Branch Manager in 2014 and continues to serve in this role.

2016-2020

Kevin served as Vice President of EAB.

Present

Kevin currently serves as President of EAB.

More About Kevin

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

Integrity is paramount. Without integrity, EAB would not have become the industry leader we are today.

What is your ideal room temperature, and why? 

68 degrees, I would rather add layers than sweat it out. 

What is your absolute favorite thing about working for EAB? 

Above all, I appreciate the level of care shown for each team member and their family.