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SAMAC Engineering Ltd
1258 - 73Rd Ave Se
Calgary , Alberta T2H 2V5
Canada

Company Description: SAMAC Engineering Ltd. provides comprehensive failure analysis services to both industry and the insurance and legal communities across Canada and western United...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • B.Sc. , Mechanical Engineering
  • mechanical engineering degree
    Dalhousie University
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Forensic & Failure Analysis Engineers Calgary Alberta Canada SAMAC
www.samaceng.com, 17 June 2014 [cached]
Tyler Dyck, PEng
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Tyler Dyck, P.Eng (Mechanical Engineering)
Phone: (403) 984-9970
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Tyler Dyck joined SAMAC in 2009 and focuses on both high and low speed collision investigations (speeds, vehicle motions, event data recorder analysis, occupant dynamics, seatbelts, etc.). After 5 years in the WHL (Western Hockey League), Tyler took engineering at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, graduating 1st in his engineering class (GPA 4.2/4.3) A scholar athlete, he has received numerous academic and hockey awards over the years.
Forensic Engineers: Failure Analysis Experts & Forensic Engineers
www.samaceng.com, 23 April 2010 [cached]
Tyler Dyck, B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering)
Tyler Dyck has recently joined our staff as a junior mechanical engineer. Tyler spent 5 years in the WHL (Western Hockey League), playing for the Kootenay Ice, Tri-City Americans, and the Brandon Wheat Kings. He went on to university and spent 3 years at St. Francis Xavier University (GPA 3.95/4.0) and 2 years at Dalhousie University (GPA 4.2/4.3), graduating with a mechanical engineering degree in 2009. A scholar athlete, he has received numerous academic and hockey awards over the years.
Lethbridge Hurricanes
www.lethbridgehurricanes.com, 1 Nov 2007 [cached]
- Jul 22 - WHL grad Tyler Dyck receives scholastic honor Lethbridge Hurricanes
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WHL grad Tyler Dyck receives scholastic honor Ice X-Man engineers academic honours- (Courtesy Stfx.ca) StFX X-Men hockey player Tyler Dyck has been named the Atlantic University Sport male representative for the Top 8 Academic All Canadian Celebration. Tyler joins Hilary Burns of Dalhousie as the other AUS representative, along with six other selections from across the country who will be formally recognized by Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
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"Tyler is an exceptional student-athlete. To be able to balance a full academic load in a very demanding engineering program, while playing a key role with X-Men hockey speaks volumes about this young man?s character. His reputation as a hard-working player on the ice complements his work ethic in the classroom, which is evident with Tyler?s outstanding achievement of the number one ranking in his Engineering class," comments X-Men head coach Brad Peddle. Tyler is a native of Calgary, Alberta and recently completed his first year at StFX in the Engineering program. He finished first in his class, and was a recipient of the Danny Gallivan Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Ed O'Connor Scholarship and a StFX Leadership award from the X-Men hockey program. Tyler also lived in Swift Current and Regina, SK and has received various academic awards from his experience in western Canada. He received the Governor General Award for grade 12 outstanding academics, graduated as his class valedictorian, and was a three-time scholastic player of the year while playing junior hockey for Kootenay, Tri-Cities & Brandon. He also received a Western Hockey League scholarship and the Alex Rutherford Scholarship from the Alberta government. Athletically, Tyler was one of the top scorers with the X-Men this past season with six goals and five assists in 28 games played. He had a good rookie season in the AUS and had an immediate impact with the X-Men. Tyler was an X-Men hockey school instructor in 2004 and was involved with various charity and community events in Brandon, MB prior to coming to StFX. He is a well-rounded student-athlete and well deserving of the CIS recognition. Says StFX chemistry professor Gerry Marangoni, "Tyler is an extremely bright, personable, hard-working and self-motivating student that seems to thrive under the pressures of a heavy workload that many other students would find extremely taxing."
Lethbridge Hurricanes :: News Archive for July 2005
www.lethbridgehurricanes.com, 1 July 2005 [cached]
Head Trainer Tyler ?Slim?Broderson on Team Canada?s staff.
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WHL grad Tyler Dyck receives scholastic honor Posted on July 22, 2005 Ice X-Man engineers academic honours- (Courtesy Stfx.ca) StFX X-Men hockey player Tyler Dyck has been named the Atlantic University Sport male representative for the Top 8 Academic All Canadian Celebration.Tyler joins Hilary Burns of Dalhousie as the other AUS representative, along with six other selections from across the country who will be formally recognized by Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
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"Tyler is an exceptional student-athlete.To be able to balance a full academic load in a very demanding engineering program, while playing a key role with X-Men hockey speaks volumes about this young man?s character.His reputation as a hard-working player on the ice complements his work ethic in the classroom, which is evident with Tyler?s outstanding achievement of the number one ranking in his Engineering class," comments X-Men head coach Brad Peddle.Tyler is a native of Calgary, Alberta and recently completed his first year at StFX in the Engineering program.He finished first in his class, and was a recipient of the Danny Gallivan Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Ed O'Connor Scholarship and a StFX Leadership award from the X-Men hockey program.Tyler also lived in Swift Current and Regina, SK and has received various academic awards from his experience in western Canada.He received the Governor General Award for grade 12 outstanding academics, graduated as his class valedictorian, and was a three-time scholastic player of the year while playing junior hockey for Kootenay, Tri-Cities & Brandon.He also received a Western Hockey League scholarship and the Alex Rutherford Scholarship from the Alberta government.Athletically, Tyler was one of the top scorers with the X-Men this past season with six goals and five assists in 28 games played.He had a good rookie season in the AUS and had an immediate impact with the X-Men.Tyler was an X-Men hockey school instructor in 2004 and was involved with various charity and community events in Brandon, MB prior to coming to StFX.He is a well-rounded student-athlete and well deserving of the CIS recognition.Says StFX chemistry professor Gerry Marangoni, "Tyler is an extremely bright, personable, hard-working and self-motivating student that seems to thrive under the pressures of a heavy workload that many other students would find extremely taxing."
Saskatoon Blades Hockey | The Place To Be!
www.saskatoonblades.ca, 10 Oct 2008 [cached]
Tyler Dyck , Calgary, AB , Brandon Wheat Kings**
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