Alicia founded Jimerson Underground, Inc. in 1989, and has served as owner and CEO for more than 25 years. A graduate of Texas A&M, and member of the Women Contractors Association, she served as the first female president of the Houston Contractors Association.
Dennis graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2000 with a B.S. in Construction Management. With more than 15 years in the construction industry, he has been with Jimerson Underground, Inc. since 2007, and is a board member of the Houston Contractors Association.
Tom, an Army veteran, has been with Jimerson Underground, Inc. since its founding in 1989. Beginning in the construction industry in 1973, he learned his trade on the job-site, and today, with more than 26 years of experience under his belt, he is a seasoned estimator project manager, and member of the Houston Contractors Association.
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Tony studied Construction Management at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. He began with Jimerson Underground, Inc. in 1989, he has served as an estimator, project manager, and currently as superintendent, and is a member of the Houston Contractors Association.
Our team is made of individuals whose talents cover the spectrum. From excavator operators to confined space entry supervisors, we have everyone to get the job done from A to Z.
Founded in 1989, we have been part of some of the largest projects in the Houston area including utility work at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Hobby Airport, NASA, and the Houston Transit Authority's Light Rail expansion project. We install underground utilities namely water, storm sewer, and sanitary sewer.
We strive to finish a job on time, under budget, and accident-free.
Natalie began with Jimerson Underground, Inc. in 2009. A graduate of Sam Houston State University, she holds a B.B.A. in General Business. She is currently a member of the Houston Contractors Association, and is vice president of the Womens Contractor Association.
Buddy has been in the construction industry since the early 1970s, and is a former board member of the Houston Contractors Association. He has served on the Missouri City Council, as both member and mayor pro tem.