Kyle Erwin, President of Kyle Erwin Construction LLC, is a native of Wise County, Texas. He grew up in Boyd on a working family ranch and attended school at Boyd Independent School District. On the ranch he learned to operate heavy equipment and solid work ethics. All throughout school he actively participated in sports, 4H, and FFA. Kyle raised and competitively showed registered Texas Longhorns and Angus cattle across Texas and Oklahoma. He studied agriculture at Weatherford College.
In 2005 Kyle purchased a skid loader and worked in residential and commercial construction. He obtained his on-site sewage certification and added septic installation to his skills. In 2006 he diversified into the oil and gas service industry building roads, pads, etc. The next few years he expanded the company to provide services from site construction to include midstream services. The company continued to grow and expand along with the boom of the Barnett Shale in North Texas, Eagle Ford Formation in South Texas and the Permian Basin in West Texas.
Kyle actively participates in the day to day operation of the company. He continues to employ experienced and knowledgeable personnel in the company to ensure quality services are provided to customers. Employees receive enhanced training and operator qualification certification required for the industry. Today, Kyle Erwin Construction LLC is a recognized name in the service and construction industry.
Kyle lives in Boyd on a ranch where he raises crossbred cattle and hay. He is a member of the Boyd Lions Club and Friendship Baptist Church. He participates in charitable and civic organizations in Wise County.
Chief is the official greeter and chief approver of all visitors at the Kyle Erwin Construction headquarters in Rhome. Texas. Chief runs the show (or at least thinks he does) and works hard at welcoming everyone from the time they arrive and until they leave every day. Be sure to say hello to Chief when visiting the Kyle Erwin Construction offices in Rhome. (If he doesn’t say hello first!)