W. Tyler Frisby


W. Tyler Frisby, Civil Engineer

PE No. 264271, State of Utah


    Tyler Frisby has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Utah State University and has been working for Francis Smith Engineering, Inc. for five years.  He was previously employed with EWP Engineering in Salt Lake City where he mainly performed traffic analysis and prepared traffic studies and was involved in preparing portions of several Environmental Impact Statements including the Alta Ski Area Expansion EIS.


    His responsibilities with Francis Smith Engineering, Inc. include engineering and design of streets & highways, sewer systems, water systems, and storm water and water quality systems as well as engineering and plan check reviews for Wasatch County.  Major Projects he has been involved with at Francis Smith Engineering, Inc. include: Staghorn Village/Elkhorn Mountain preliminary plans, The Aspens at Jordanelle land use plan and conceptual design, Heber Creeper Village Subdivision, Jordanelle Heights Subdivision Density Determination Approval, the LDS Church Lake Creek Family/Youth Mountain Camp concept site planning, Environmental Impact Statement, Traffic Impact Analysis, and Density Determination Approval, development of a Wasatch County Fiscal Impact Analysis Program, as well as many smaller site plans and site engineering.  In addition, he has worked with Francis Smith as the Wasatch County Review Engineer on a number of important projects under way in the County, notably the Deer Crest Project, Bonanza Mountain Resort, and Wolf Creek Ranches.  He has also assumed the position of Project Engineer on the Greener Hills 51 lot residential project ($3M Improvement Cost) recently completed in the Heber Valley, the Monroc site grading and road re-alignment at Quinn’s Junction, John Butte Mixed Use Jordanelle Recreational Development preliminary plans, and Deer Pointe Residential Development at Deer Crest preliminary and final plans.





Environmental Impact Statement engineering analysis and preparation -  including; traffic analysis, water system requirements, sewer system requirements, and preparation of other aspects of the EIS.


Roadway design and engineering - evaluate project road designs and determine design parameters for project roads.


Water system design and engineering - design water system for the project and evaluate design system performance.


Sewer system design and engineering - design sewer system for the project as required.


Drainage system design and engineering - perform hydrologic analysis for the site and design water quality protection systems and storm water systems including detention basins and roadway drainage facilities such as culverts, piped storm drains, and non-erodible channels.


Project Engineer on major projects coordinating the design and construction of the entire project.


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