Johnson Carlier is celebrating 100 years of construction excellence. The oldest Arizona-based general contractor provides construction management, design/build and CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk) services throughout the southwest. Johnson Carlier is recognized for enhancing Maricopa County’s skyline with iconic infrastructures, including the Phoenix Art Museum, Microchip and Barrows Neurological Institute.

“This month, we are celebrating a 100-year legacy of valued client partnerships, innovative design and high-quality craftsmanship,” says Chris Johnson, third-generation CEO of Johnson Carlier. “Our team has endured depressions, recessions and most recently, a global pandemic, with unwavering determination to live up to our motto: Be the Best. Build the Best. There’s no stopping us now.”

Johnson Carlier continues to be a construction trailblazer in industrial, multi-family, light commercial, public spaces and automotive. “Our team invests not only in constructing first-class buildings but in building great communities and cities,” Johnson says. “I see Johnson Carlier continuing that legacy for the next 100 years.”

About Johnson Carlier’s 100 years

Carl Johnson, a novice carpenter from Sweden, immigrated to America at the age of 17, then eventually founded C.O. Johnson Building Company in 1921. From one adobe pueblo-style Phoenix residence built in 1925, Carl launched a one-person home building business that, 100 years later, would be a $100-million-plus, 55-person company led by his grandson, Chris.

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