Executive Team

Cody Phelan

What professional accomplishment gives you the most pride and what makes it so rewarding? Strategically working through a project and realizing the end result as a tangible product. In commercial real estate, what is the most important element for making the perfect pitch or sealing the deal, and why is


Growing up, what did you aspire to be? I’ve always been passionate about construction and design. Growing up, I did woodwork, metal work and built models.  I was always involved in building something or putting something together. Describe your leadership role. I  mentor the teams and work with them to


What is the best advice you ever received? My first mentor, Darryl Lincoln, told me, “take care of others and they will take care of you.” Daryl is the first project manager I worked with. His advice meant to take care of owners and subcontractors at any project, as they would


We are pleased to announce that Willmeng President and CEO, James Murphy has been named a 2016 Most Admired Leader by the Phoenix Business Journal! James was selected as one of 26 business and community leaders who are making an impact within their organization and the state of Arizona. Congratulations


Sam Dul, an estimator here at Willmeng, recently completed NAIOP’s 2016 Arizona Developing Leaders Mentor Program. We are so proud of him! Each year, 12 young real estate professionals are taken under the wings of seasoned industry veterans and are provided with the opportunity to deepen their industry knowledge and

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What is the best advice you ever received? You can not change the past or control the future, so focus in the moment. Growing up, what did you aspire to be? Happy What fact about you or your talent would surprise people? I can cook a little. When we were

Murphy and Dozer

After drawing the “World Class Tag” for bow hunting in Northern Arizona, James Murphy was successful in bringing down the notoriously elusive Dozer (aka “The Legend”), a 409” bull in the Fall of 2015. Guided by John McClendon of McClendon Guide Service. This 2 week hunt with James W. Murphy,

The adage “there is no substitute for experience” accurately describes Mike. Born in Hawthorne, Nev., and raised in Carson City, Mike spent his high school summers working in the construction industry. His jobs included underground pipe installation and cabinetry work in the area casinos. Mike moved to Arizona in 1978

  Growing up in the northern California city of Walnut Creek, Thomas “TJ” Jarvis landed his first job at the age of 11 tossing newspapers for the Contra Costa Times. He made $9 a day, and earned every dime. Getting up early each day and completing his route helped forge

  James Murphy was born and raised in the expanses of the West and Southwest. If it’s happening in the great outdoors, chances are that’s where you will find Willmeng’s President and CEO when he is not working. James was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and grew up in the