Tim Caudle

Project Manager "The career path for Eby Construction has provided me an opportunity to experience all aspects of the construction business. I have had a responsibility at every stage of my career, and it is important to know that my ideas and questions are valued and integrated into successful projects for our clients. The work we perform has a lasting impact on the lives of many people. I have been fortunate to build a school and theatre and witness the excitement when students and citizens have the opportunity to utilize and enjoy these new spaces."
Meet The Professional
  • Industry Experience: 21 Years
  • Education: Bachelor of Science in Construction Management Technology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2003
  • Certifications: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Accredited Professional (AP)
  • Associations:
    • Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Kansas Construction Leadership Council
    • Emerging Leaders
  • Favorite Industry Technology: Bluebeam and 3D Modeling
Meet The Person Spare Time:

“I enjoy anything to keep me active, but primarily golf, basketball and sand volleyball. I also like to travel, grill/smoke food, and play in the company fantasy football league.

Fun Fact:

“My love for baseball enticed me to jump on the fad of collecting baseball cards when I was a kid. I have a huge collection today that is virtually worth no value! I also have an autograph collection that I am pretty proud of.”


“I help coach my daughter’s softball team. I get really excited for tournaments and games because my competitiveness kicks in pretty quickly. It is quite a rush to see them work hard and have success on and off the softball field.”


“I serve as the community service chair for the Associated General Contractors (AGC) Construction Leadership Council. We have provided projects for Cowtown, City of Wichita, Together Wichita and Habitat for Humanity. I have also acted as a team captain for the American Heart Association Heart Walk.”


“People would be surprised to know that I was bound and determined to become a racehorse jockey when I was a little kid. It didn’t take long before I realized that I was growing too much, and that career probably wasn’t a reality.”