About Us People
District Manager of Tucson, Yuma, El Paso & Albuquerque
Andy began his career at Border 3 years ago as the Operations Manager of the Tucson location and now is the District Manager of Tucson, Yuma, El Paso and Albuquerque regions. Before joining the organization, Andy brings knowledge from the safety/fire protection industry for 11 years.
District Manager of Phoenix & Flagstaff
Sean has been with the Border team for 10 years starting as an Outside Sales Representative, Sales Manager and now District Manager of Phoenix and Flagstaff markets. Sean has worked in both the distribution and manufacturing side of the construction industry and brings a balanced approach to his business units.
Border Construction Specialties formalized their employee driven charity program, Community First in 2005. The goal of Community First was to enhance the already generous giving of the company and increase community involvement and volunteerism with our employees by supporting the charities that are important to them and our customers.
The company has made an impact on over 30 charities in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and California through volunteerism and monetary donations. Border employees, their families, friends and customers volunteer hundreds of hours each year to help support the local charities. Our recipients range from children, the homeless, victims of domestic violence, elderly persons and animals in need as well as donations to food banks, the environment and illness research.
Our scholarship program allows Border to award an educational scholarship each year to an employee or dependent of an employee. The recipient is eligible to receive the annual gift for four consecutive years of higher education. The Border Scholarship has paid over $125,000 in scholarship money to its recipients.
We listen to our community by listening to our employees.
Arizona Builders Alliance Receives 2020 Special Recognition Award!
Border Constructions Specialties is a proud member of the ABA. Sean Gafvert, District Sales Manager at Border was part of the 2019 Leadership Development Forum Class that was involved in in this special project with A New Leaf.
The Leadership Development Forum Class was able to completely remodel the kitchen, with new appliances and custom fixtures, as well as a remodeled dining area and new furniture for the kids to enjoy their meals. Additionally, the group coordinated a fantastic holiday celebration for the kids and staff, handing out gifts to all the kids, AND surprised A New Leaf with a $17,300 check.
A New Leaf’s Youth Refugee Shelter Program provides safety and support for 800 youth/teens each year who have fled their home countries, desperately seeking safety.