Tyler joined EV in the spring of 2018 after working in consulting for several years. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Penn State University.
Tyler’s previous experience includes designing septic systems and performing survey work for residential subdivisions and small commercial projects. Now, working for Engineering Ventures in Burlington Vermont, he performs civil site design for commercial and residential projects of all sizes.
Tyler has been serving as the Membership Chair on the Board of Directors for the Vermont Chapter of ASCE since 2015. During this time, he has helped organize social events for members across the state and assisted writing Vermont’s 2018 infrastructure report card.
In his free time, Tyler enjoys outdoor recreation in the Vermont wilderness and grooving to the Burlington music scene.
Why did you choose EV?
Everyone at EV has a wonderful personality.
What’s your favorite way to pass time?
Playing guitar and enjoying the local Burlington music scene.
What is your proudest accomplishment to date?
Getting this job at EV.
How does engineering make a difference in the world? Engineers are the glue that hold all of the infrastructure together