Alsenay joins Illinois architecture firm
Kankakee, Ill. – Carlile Architects, an architecture firm in Illinois, recently hired Cherokee Nation citizen Candace Alsenay as a computer-aided design technician.
A native of Park Hill, Oklahoma, Alsenay is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering.
Prior to joining the Carlile Group, she was a research assistant at OU’s Fears Structural Engineering Lab where she specialized in the mechanics and testing of concrete and the physical realties of working with various types of concrete mixtures.
While at OU, Alsenay was a member of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, the University Innovation Fellows, was a Jerry Holmes Engineering Leadership associate, served as president of the Architectural Engineering Institute and was the financial liaison for OU’s Concrete Canoe team.
Her responsibilities at Carlile Architects will include residential and commercial drafting, development of construction documents, design and information technology management. She can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
“The addition of Candace adds a great amount of depth and knowledge to our team,” Jacob J. Carlile, managing principal of Carlile Archictects, said. “She will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality design solutions for our clients and continuing the Carlile commitment to being the leading firm in our industry. Her skills will enhance our ability to serve a broad range of commercial, civic, educational, and residential clients using the latest technology and innovations.”