Tyler joined the San Diego office of KPFF in 2016 as a structural engineer with five years of previous engineering experience and brought a breadth of technical knowledge including significant experience on DSA projects, knowing how to navigate the someitmes difficult approval process.
Tyler takes ownership of his projects and is dedicated to the success of KPFF and the San Diego office. He takes good care of clients and has shown the ability to understand and solve some of the more difficult technical challenges.
Tyler has managed several projects in a variety of markets, including higher education, hospitality, K-12, life science, office, retail, and solar energy.
B.S., Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego
UCSD Pepper Canyon West, La Jolla, CA
Moda Oberlin Drive – Amenity Addition, San Diego, CA
5530 Morehouse Drive – Lab/Office Building and Parking Structure, San Diego, CA
Cue Health, Vista TI, Vista, CA
Wilson Middle & Central Elementary Schools Re-Construction, San Diego, CA
High Tech High Clairemont – Elementary, Middle, and High School Campus, San Diego, CA
Point Loma High School Modernization – New Classroom / Library Building 800 and Renovations to Buildings 200 & 300, San Diego, CA
Cardiff School and Ada Harris School – Campus Improvements and New Buildings, Encinitas, CA
Various Solar Energy Projects, Nationwide
Registered Structural Engineer: CA
Registered Civil Engineer: CA
American Institute of Steel Construction