Alex Carnahan has been named senior structural engineer for LeMar Industries, a subsidiary of Brock Grain Systems, according to Jim Kraft, product director for the CTB Inc. business unit. In his new position, Carnahan will be responsible for designing towers, catwalks and other grain structures for large, complex grain storage systems.
Prior to his employment with CTB, Carnahan worked 13 years as a senior structural engineer for a national engineering and design company, where he led numerous large projects from design through completion. He graduated from the University of Illinois in Urbana, Illinois, earning a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a focus on structures.
A native of Sherrard, Illinois, Carnahan currently resides in Altoona, Iowa.
LeMar Industries is a subsidiary of Brock Grain Systems, a division of CTB, Inc. – a Berkshire Hathaway Company. LeMar complements Brock’s line of grain storage, handling, drying and conditioning, and structural systems by providing Leadership Through Innovation with towers and catwalks for grain bins. LeMar also offers temporary grain storage solutions and specialty fabrication services for the agricultural and aggregate industries.