• Centennial, CO
  • Phone: (303) 300-1850
  • NMLS #: 816968

Ryan Krebs

Chief Analyst


While Ryan does a number of things to support the team at TMC, his title of Chief Analyst is probably the best description of what he does. 

With so much technology surrounding the industry, Ryan offers skills in testing, learning, dissecting and understanding systems and programs.  He spends a lot of time cutting clutter and figuring out how to do things more efficiently. 

Ryan is also patient which is critical in his work. He believes there is no better way to handle a situation than to stay calm, roll up your sleeves and focus on the solution rather than the problem.  

Ryan brings a Civil Engineering degree and an active Professional Engineering License to the way he approaches his role at TMC. He’s designed a number of highways and intersections around Colorado. 



Originally from northeast Ohio, Ryan moved to Colorado after graduating from The Ohio State University.  Never thinking it would be a permanent move away from his home state, he found a great life here and decided to stay. 

When not designing, building or reinforcing the structure of TMC, you will find Ryan enjoying the not-so-typical Colorado activities. Most people who have fallen in love with our state are outside hiking, fishing, or biking. Ryan prefers ice hockey, golf, diving boards and running the beer mile. His two favorite athletes are his sons and he stays active with them. On a typical Saturday, you will find him driving to a soccer match, football game or track meet. 



Ryan likes breakfast food, tequila and being in or by the water. He would rather listen than speak and believes that laughter truly is the best medicine. 

His favorite way to lose track of time is with a nap; it’s his 15 minutes of quiet medication and he’s really good at it. 

Ryan enjoys to travel and prefers the warmer climates. His favorite atmosphere? College football tailgating. 

Ryan is inspired by people who speak well – especially quick-witted comedians and their ability to make a point or tell a story. He also enjoys reading their biographies. He’ll pass on the fiction. Reality is much more interesting. 


Words Ryan lives by: 

Look both ways before you cross the street.  Flashing signs and road paint will never replace common sense.