Tyson E. Leonard
Senior AssociateShen Milsom & Wilke LLC
Date of Birth: 12-2-74
Years in Aviation: 17
Tyson Leonard is currently the Director of Texas offices for Shen Milsom and Wilke, and has had extensive experience as a registered communications distribution designer for many aviation projects around the world. Leonard has been responsible for the technical oversight and direction on all aviation engineering services provided by the firm.
Leonard’s experience includes the implementation of project management services, project quality control program, and business development.
He has successfully managed projects that span the range of facility programming, business model development, concept development, schematic design, 100 percent construction documents preparation, and construction administration services.
Leonard has supported many systems such as structured cabling, cable management, access control, analog, digital and IP CCTV systems, Distributed Antenna Systems, Master Antenna Television (MATV) systems, integration of building management systems, and experience with advanced network projects.
Leonard also has extensive experience in working with airport operations and airlines in developing integrated common use passenger processing, airport operational databases, and multi-use flight information display systems.
Leonard has been able to support some of the largest most advanced airports such as San Francisco’s International Terminal and Terminal 3, Houston Airport Systems IAH Terminal E and FIS building, HOU East Concourse, Detroit Metropolitan Airport North Terminal, LAWA Tom Bradley International Terminal Renovation, DFW International Terminal D and Grand Hyatt Hotel, LGA Central Terminal Building and many others.
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