Gilbane's Alexis Carver Named to ENR Southwest’s “Top 20 Under 40”

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Phoenix-based Alexis Carver recognized by ENR Southwest for professional and community contributions.

Alexis Carver, Sr Virtual Design and Construction Engineer

Alexis is a leader within Gilbane's BIM Peer Group.

Alexis Carver, Senior Virtual Design and Construction Engineer for Gilbane Building Company’s Arizona Business Unit, was recognized by Engineering News-Record as one the Southwest’s top 20 Under 40 for 2014. Each year, ENR Southwest recognizes up-and-coming leaders in the construction industry for both contributions to the industry and community.

As a Senior Virtual Design and Construction Engineer, Alexis manages both people and projects in her role at Gilbane. Currently, she is responsible for the Building Information Modeling (BIM) efforts on over $100 million worth of construction management at risk work. These projects range from manufacturing and lab facilities to university buildings.

“We are not surprised that Alexis was selected to be among the Top 20 Under 40,” said John Tocci, Jr., Gilbane Director of Virtual Design and Construction. “Alexis is a leader within Gilbane’s BIM Peer Group, and is always looking for new ways to serve as a client advocate.”

To earn this distinction, Top 20 Under 40, nominees had to impress ENR Southwest's independent panel of judges with their accomplishments in the following areas: industry leadership; career progress; community outreach; and involvement in landmark or sustainable projects. For a complete list of the 2014 Class, visit Editor’s Blogs at

About Gilbane Building Company

Gilbane provides a full slate of construction and facilities-related services – from preconstruction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, close-out and facility management services – for clients across numerous markets. Now on its 141st year in operation and still a privately held, family-run company, Gilbane has more than 50 offices around the world. To find out what the next 140 years have in store, visit

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