Principal, Corrosion Control Engineering
Tyler Doil is a corrosion control engineer and manages Coffman’s corrosion services throughout the contiguous states. He joined Coffman's Anchorage office in 2006 as a seasonal corrosion control technician and began working full-time in 2010 for clients in Alaska, Hawaii, and the Rocky Mountain region. In 2015, Tyler relocated to Montana to manage the corrosion department for the new Bozeman office.
Tyler's extensive field experience has allowed him to understand what it takes to complete a project from start to finish and is a respected project manager by clients and peers. He has built strong relationships with many existing and new clients throughout the Rocky Mountain region through his hands-on approach and commitment to high-quality services.
Tyler has experience in multiple areas of corrosion control and mechanical integrity including cathodic protection, internal corrosion, protective coatings, AC interference, and direct assessments of various assets including pipelines, facility piping, storage tanks, and marine structures. He is technically competent in cathodic protection design, construction support, and testing. Specific experience includes the design of impressed current and galvanic CP systems, annual CP surveys, CIS, coating condition surveys, exothermic welding, and various areas of CP troubleshooting involving stray current interference, shorted casings, rectifiers, and belowground shorts. He is routinely involved with integrity data analysis, direct examinations, risk assessments, technical reporting, regulatory matters, and project management.
Tyler is a registered professional engineer and certified as a NACE Cathodic Protection Specialist and Internal Corrosion Technologist. Tyler is a graduate of the University of Idaho where he earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering.
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