About Us


Lindsay Prichard-Fox

Director of Digital Construction
Founder & CEO of TiverBuilt, LLC  

 Lindsay Prichard-Fox is the Founder, CEO and Visionary of TiverBuilt, a digital design and construction company based in Rochester, N.Y. By combining her extensive training in interior design, 3D laser scanning and Autodesk REVIT software, she has quickly become a pioneer for utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the residential construction space across the U.S. As the Regional Lead for the international organization Women in BIM, Lindsay is a committed advocate for technologies and processes that will continue to transform the construction industry. By fostering a more collaborative, sustainable, and empathetic approach to building, Lindsay and her Tiver Built team aim to have a positive impact on the construction industry both locally and globally. Lindsay is an active Corporate member of the National Association of Women in Construction, and serves on the Board of Directors for Daystar Kids, the only pediatric health enrichment center in New York State dedicated to providing therapeutic care to children with complex healthcare needs  


Rebekah Warner

 Digital Design & Construction Specialist  

 Rebekah Warner is a Digital Design & Construction Specialist at TiverBuilt, LLC. Rebekah left her career in the financial market to begin a new, more creative career as an Interior Designer, working in Seattle and Denver before landing on the TiverBuilt team. A problem solver by nature, Rebekah has learned the sophisticated methodology behind the Autodesk Revit software—becoming certified at Autodesk University—and is now producing advanced 3D models for clients across the county that are constructible and quantifiable with locally sources materials. Because digital modeling can limit change orders and rework scenarios, she feels compelled to push the construction industry to use technology and collaboration to significantly reduce waste and its impact on the environment. Rebekah is also an emerging leader in the construction industry and sits on the Board of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Rochester Chapter.   


Casey Jo Semler

 Digital Design & Construction Specialist 

 Casey Jo Semler is a Digital Design & Construction Specialist at TiverBuilt, LLC. Growing up in a family of eight children, she found her niche in the creative, picking out paint colors for the family home and sketching different rooms and layouts. Years later, she honed her craft, earning a degree in Interior Design, and now works with homeowners to bring their vision to life with the digital design and construction technology Autodesk Revit. Casey is relied upon as the TiverBuilt team’s integrator, making sure all tasks are completed and on time and that all project team members—from architects to builders—collaborate for the good of the client. She specializes in 3D laser scanning to document existing conditions and developing photorealistic renderings and 360-degree virtual tours of TiverBuilt designs. Casey’s favorite part of the design process is the reveal to clients because their faces light up knowing they love the design and are confident in their choices. Casey is an active participant in National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Rochester Chapter and works in both personally and professionally to be sustainable in every way possible.  


Riley Nally


 Riley Nally is the newest addition to the TiverBuilt team and serves as an intern. She is currently a junior at Rochester Institute of Technology working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design. Riley is no stranger to a construction site, as she has been going to work with her father who owns a local construction company in Rochester, NY, since she was young. Her favorite part of construction is arriving at an empty jobsite and then leaving that same jobsite months later with a new structure because there is a sense of accomplishment and pride knowing that you built a home for someone to live their life in. She sees virtual design and construction as the next evolution for construction industry—one that will help it reduce waste and allow for more creativity and originality.