Tyson brings over 25 years of diverse electrical industry experience to the Mortenson team, which he has been a part of since 2015. As Senior Electrical Superintendent, he oversees the fieldwork of construction projects and is directly responsible for project planning, scheduling, deadline execution, and ensuring that all team members follow stringent safety practices. Tyson has successfully coordinated and completed numerous high-profile electrical projects throughout the span of his career. He has a great understanding of how input during the design phase, and collaboration between teams, can result in a successful project for our customer and a safe project site for our team members.
Tyson enjoys solving tricky equations and has a unique opportunity in his line of work to take what's on paper and help bring it to life. He enjoys taking the time to share and understand what our clients are looking for and helping to bring an owner's vision to fruition. Tyson believes the greatest accomplishment is a thank you from an owner for a job well done.
Within the future of construction, Tyson looks forward to innovation and how it can improve many outdated methods of building. Like many other industry professionals, Tyson is eager to find new ways to build and challenge the norms in the industry, specifically with recently developing technology.
Tyson's exceptional demonstration of ingenuity, expertise, and relationship-building earned him a Pinnacle Award for Ingenuity for his work on Project Tilden - Network Command Center and Data Center in 2017.
Outside of work, Tyson gives back to several shelters in his community. He participates in several local charities and attends golf tournaments and charity social events. He has a strong passion for anything outdoors and enjoys partaking in activities like golfing, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, staying busy with yard projects, strength training, and of course, exploring all that the PNW trails have to offer with his wife, who is also an exceptional project manager for the organization.