Continuing to build a legacy of success.


Johnson Carlier's mission is to deliver an incomparable customer experience, through proactive and exceptional performance. Our empowered team builds with Integrity, Skill and Passion.

Core Values

  1. Honesty
  2. Quality
  3. Safety
  4. Responsibility
December 06, 2016
Johnson Carlier Recently Completed the Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert Dealership!

This new $12 M, 93,300 SF, two-story, AMG Dealership is placed on a 7.0 acre site located in Gilbert, Arizona. View Article

October 17, 2016
JC Welcomes Sue Sylvester

JC Welcomes Sue Sylvester - Vice President of Business Development View Article

April 15, 2016
Johnson Carlier Acquires BEC Southwest

Johnson Carlier, a Phoenix-based general contractor, acquired BEC Southwest. Its founder and owner Marc Daniels, has rejoined Johnson Carlier as President and COO. View Article

March 24, 2016
Potato Barn Groundbreaking

Potato Garden L.L.C., an Arizona home furnishings company, announced today that they are breaking ground on a new store to be located at 8980 East Bahia Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. View Article

February 22, 2016
Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert Breaks Ground

Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert announced today that groundbreaking for its new luxury automotive dealership will take place on February 22 in Gilbert, AZ. View Article

March 14, 2014
Johnson Carlier Wins 2014 RED AWARD

AZ Big Media recognizes Johnson Carlier for successful completion of the Most Challenging Project in 2014: Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale View Article

April 22, 2011
Johnson Carlier Completes 10th Project for Chapman Chevrolet

Johnson Carlier completes the Chevrolet dealer-image upgrade program at Chapman Chevrolet in Tempe. View Article

April 15, 2011
Johnson Carlier Recognized for 100+ Years in Arizona

The Phoenix Business Journal recognized Johnson Carlier's long-standing Arizona roots and founding date of 1921 in their Arizona Centennial Special Section. View Article


From the Beginning

C.O. (Carl) Johnson was born in Finspong, Sweden.

Also this year
  • Ellis Island was transformed into an immigrant station.
  • Architects Edward Lippincott Tilton and William Boring designed the immigrant station building.