Tyler F. Swant, Staff Engineer/Safety Officer

Since joining UMS in 2016, Mr. Swant has been involved with projects in Texas, California, Washington, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Montana. Mr. Swant is UMS’s lead in Autodesk applications such as Civil 3D. As the lead he uses UMS’s web-based georeferenced data repository, GEOfeature™ to develop point clouds that can then be used to develop CADD 3D models of subgrade features for our clients. Mr. Swant’s background in data collection and understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of various geophysical methods enhance his understanding of how to resolve disparate data gathered in the field.

Mr. Swant is also trained and has experience in performing hydrographic surveys using multi-beam sonar equipment.

Prior to UMS Mr. Swant specialized in water and soil data collection and management for Hydrometrics.


  • B.S. Geological Engineering, Hydrogeology option; Minor Geophysics, Montana Tech, Butte, MT 2012


  • HAZWOPER 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations Training, 2012
  • MSHA –24 Hour Newly Employed, 2012
  • C-Stop Training, January 2013
  • First Aid/CPR
  • BNSF Contractor Training, January 2013
  • Loss Prevention Safety Training
  • PADI Scuba Diving Certified
  • MDOT Flagger Safety Certified
  • SEAHORSE Geomatics 40 Hour – Bathymetric Multibeam Survey Training Course, 2017

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