Anthony Jeffers

Director of Project Development at Hensel Phelps

Anthony’s industry expertise spans over 3 degrees and 34 years in which he has diverse experience in architecture, construction, business, real estate development, law, estimating and electrical work. In his current role, Anthony is focused on client and project growth strategies and following vertical markets; Aviation, Aerospace/Defense, Healthcare, Higher-Ed, Hospitality, Mixed-Use, Government, Transportation, Mission Critical, and High-tech Manufacturing. Anthony has been influential in leading consistent growth for Hensel Phelps in the Phoenix office sustaining seven hundred million in annual revenue.

Anthony spent some time in Europe where he learned to read, write, speak, and translate the Danish language. He traveled to Germany to study monetary and fiscal policy affecting the euro currency throughout the Union with a focus on international business. While getting his Construction Management Degree from ASU, he defended his thesis “Is there balance in business process management”, specifically affecting estimating processes and outcomes.

In his spare time, he loves being with family and prioritizes wellbeing. He has completed two 70.3 Ironman races, multiple half and full marathons and engaging in golf, mountain biking, snow skiing, travel, and working on the design on his new custom home.

Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, University of Phoenix
Master’s Degree in Construction Management, Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering, Arizona State University
Master’s Degree of Business Administration with an emphasis on International Business Management, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

Certifications and Organizations
Arizona Builders Alliance, Leadership Development Forum Judge
ASU Del E. Webb School of Construction Industry Executive Advisory Board
Construction Manager- Lean Certification and Lean Instructor (ABA / AGC)
The Academy for Construction Excellence Advisory Council

 

“I learned early on the value of having a good mentor, having someone right alongside to bring you along and show you the way that it works outside of the book-learning.”

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