As the Lead Quality Assurance Observer, Tyson manages the Quality Assurance program for international roofing and building envelope projects. Originally from Montana, USA, Tyson earned his Bachelor of Arts in Civil Engineering while playing on scholarship for the NAIA National Football Championship team at Carroll College in Helena, Montana. He then received his Masters in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Southern California studying remotely while simultaneously working on oil/gas and construction projects both domestically and abroad. As a professional, Tyson focused on construction projects for the US State Department, contributing to the construction of US Embassies and Consulates all over the world, leading him to have lived on six continents.
Tyson has over a decade of experience in almost all construction management positions: Quality Assurance Observer, Program Manager, Sr. Project Manager, Site Project Manager, Client Representative, Project Coordinator, Quality Control Manager, Project Engineer, and Commissioning Representative.
When not traveling for work, traveling for play. One life goal is to see 100 countries (flight layovers do not count). Currently at 58.
International Project and Construction Management and Quality Assurance. In the process of completing the Registered Roof Observer (RRO) certification.
Masters of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Bachelor of Arts in Civil Engineering