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Working With Family - David and Doug Roy

In this episode, David Roy talks with his father, Doug, about the good and bad parts of working with family. Doug Roy is the director of J. E. Travis Painting, and his son, David, started as an intern in high school and has worked his way up to an assistant project manager under his father.…

What is Work Ethic and Dependability? John Travis

In this episode, we talk about work ethic and dependability relating to Travis Millwork and Travis Painting. What do Work Ethic and Dependability look like? How do you know if you have it? We hope you enjoy it, and as always, feel free to ask us your questions at traviscompanies.com/podcasts. There’s a form at the…

Interview With Marcos – John Travis

In this episode, John interviews Marcos Niño, our resident tech, and programming guru. Marcos started with Travis Companies in 2020 and has been working on programming computer systems to help our workflow, among many other things. In this episode, we get to hear some of Marco’s story as well as some of his ideas about…

The Meaning of Work

Work ethic is one of our tenants here at Travis Companies, but does our work have meaning? In this episode, John shares his thoughts on the meaning and purpose behind our work. We hope you enjoy it.

Interview Diego Quevedo - John Travis

In this episode, John interviews Diego Quevedo. Diego started working at Travis Millwork in 2018 and helped create the metal fabrication part of the business. Since then, he’s worked on some of our most elaborate projects, including the Westlake Dermatology project, which you can see here.

How to Live in a Chaotic World – John Travis

It seems like, with every news cycle, a new layer of chaos is added to an already chaotic world. In this episode, John gives some advice on how to navigate the chaos and live a fulfilling life at the same time. We hope you enjoy this episode.

What Work Can J. E. Travis Painting Do

J. E. Travis Painting, Inc has been painting in the south Texas area for over 100 years. That’s who Travis Painting is; in this episode, John Travis explains what Travis Painting can do.

Interview with Jane Feigenbaum

Jane Feigenbaum is the CEO of one of the largest contracting companies in San Antonio, Metropolitan Contracting. In today’s episode, we will hear her story, how she climbed the ladder from a project manager to the CEO, and the challenges she faced and overcame in the process. We hope you enjoy it.

Interview with David Roy Part 1

As an intern, David Roy has been involved with J. E. Travis Painting for many years, but he recently graduated from college and started working with us full-time. David represents everything we could hope for from this up-and-coming generation. We hope you enjoy part one of this two-part episode.

From 1886 to today - John Travis

If you look closely at our logo, it says “Since 1886”. In this episode, John explains the history of the Travis Family of companies dating back to 1886.

Interview with Doug Hahn - John Travis

In this interview, we get to hear from Doug Hahn, one of our project managers at Travis Millwork. Doug has worked at Travis Millwork for almost two decades and the stories he tells are both inspiring and hilarious.

How did it all start? - John Travis

How did Travis Millwork and J. E. Travis Painting get started? In this episode, John Travis talks about how he got started in the business and how the companies have grown over the years.

Interview with Doug Roy - John Travis

Doug Roy is the head of J. E. Travis Painting and has led our largest painting projects from the Cornerstone Ark to Comal County Highschool. How and when he got started in the business is a fascinating story that you don’t want to miss.