Johnson Carlier hired Bob Green, Brian Kleve and Matt Woodburn as project managers.
Green brings 30 years of construction industry experience, Kleve brings 14 years and Woodburn brings 23 years.
“Our ability to hire additional project managers is a positive indication that the commercial real estate industry in Arizona is expanding,” said Chris Johnson, Johnson Carlier’s CEO. “Bob, Brian and Matt bring tremendous real-world experience that will help serve our clients even better.”
Green has worked for several construction firms including McCarthy Building Companies, CORE Construction and Hunt Construction Group during his tenure.
He has been involved with the construction of a number of high-profile projects including the Arizona Center in Phoenix, Mayo Clinic, Bank One Ballpark (now known as Chase Field) in Phoenix and the Ambulatory Care Clinic addition at Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Phoenix.
Green is a member of the Project Management Institute Phoenix chapter. He earned a journeyman and construction certificate from Rio Salado College. A former Marine, Green lives in Scottsdale.
Prior to joining Johnson Carlier, Kleve served as a project manager for Sundt Construction and Wespac Construction.
Kleve has been involved with the project management of the Dial/Henkel headquarters in Scottsdale, Fountainhead Office Plaza in Tempe, Pima Emergency Communications and Operations Center in Tucson and The Mark, a six-story condo in Scottsdale.
Kleve earned a bachelor’s in construction management from Arizona State University. In addition, he earned a certificate as a professional constructor from the American Institute of Constructors and LEED accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council. Kleve lives in Phoenix.
Woodburn has worked for several construction firms including Kitchell Contractors and PCL Construction Services.
He has been involved with project management for Solana Solar Power Generating Station in Gila Bend, Desert Diamond Casino in Tucson, Bachmann Springs (master planned community) in Tombstone. and the University of Denver Performing Arts Center.
Woodburn earned a bachelor’s in construction management from Northern Arizona University. In addition, he earned a certificate as a professional constructor from the American Institute of Constructors and LEED accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council. He lives in Surprise.