Submitted by Timberline Construction
Alex Banks is a project manager at Timberline Construction Corporation. She is the newest team member at the firm and brings over six years of experience in the construction industry. She has a Bachelor of Science in architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology and is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration with a focus in project management and sustainability at Clark University.
Her background includes comprehensive experience with managing a diverse portfolio of projects ranging from $250,000 to $30 million.
As a project manager, Banks has transitioned into new project accounts within the corporate and academic market sector with clients such as Bentley University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is also spearheading and developing a robust Corporate Responsibility Program with the senior leadership team, to implement into the company culture.
The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program at Timberline encompasses the internal policies and strategies around four main initiatives that includes community, workplace, environmental, and market place. With the Timberline leaders, Banks has outlined a guide surrounding these initiatives to continuously improve the programs to ultimately make Timberline a better place to work.
She has taken best practices from her previous experience working for a large national construction management firm. As a LEED Green Associate, Banks is able to provide our team with insight into processes, procedures and costs associated with The WELL Building Standard, fitwel, and LEED. She has built the reputation for creative problem solving, team building, minimizing costs, and maximizing productivity.
In her free time, Banks loves to be outdoors whether hiking, kayaking, surfing, or camping. Her goal is to travel the world in her lifetime in order to get a better understanding and appreciation for the world around her.