The construction market has been growing steadily for nearly 10 years, with no signs of stopping. Industry veterans know the market can’t sustain this pace forever, but they are focused on the opportunities in front of them. ENR, Engineering News-Record, recently ranked Willmeng Construction number 390 in its 2019 list
Willmeng Construction’s commitment to the community was revealed once again at the Honorary Commanders 10th Annual Golf Classic on Friday, May 17th. Fighter Country Partnership (FCP), which supports the men, women, families, and mission of Luke Air Force Base (AFB), held the 2019 tournament at Wigwam Golf Club. Willmeng participants
The Sun Devil Class of 2019 represents an elite group of talented business leaders who exemplify the spirit of ASU as a New American University. President & CEO, James Murphy, was ranked number 26 for a Sun Devil 100 award. To be eligible, a company must have $250,000 in annual
Recently Willmeng sponsored Design for Dogs, a custom dog house design and build competition, silent auction, and most importantly, a fundraiser! Hosted by Facings of America since 2015, this dog-centric architectural event showcases one-of-a-kind dog house creations by local architects, interior designers, builders and industry partners. Design for Dogs partnered
In March, Consumer Cellular was awarded the Redevelopment Project of the Year at the Arizona Real Estate and Development (RED) Awards. Our team feels honored to receive this recognition on behalf of a great client and architecture partnership. This is Consumer Cellular’s third Valley location; the other two are in
Bowl For Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser. Each year, half a million people across America come together to have fun and raise money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters. Several Willmeng employees and their families participated on a bowling team this year to support Big Brothers Big
Willmeng congratulates Arizona State University’s Del E. Webb School of Construction in recently achieving its reclassification from a business management program to a STEM program — formally a Construction Engineering Technology/Technician classification. This is a well-deserved and tremendous boost for the program. As a DEWSC graduate, along with nearly 30 percent of
Willmeng recently had the pleasure of supporting the DEL Foundation at Scottsdale’s Top Golf. The DEL Foundation was founded by Jeremy Lear, Principal at Evolution Design, Inc., in an effort to remember his father, Darrell Eugene Lear who battled with cancer and to raise proceeds for cancer-fighting organizations. Willmeng extends
Willmeng broke ground last month on a new 64,000-SF high school and middle school campus in the North Valley. Caurus Academy, located in Anthem, will now have a high school located right down the street that their K-8 students can feed into. The new facility will include a new 11-acre site with a
Recently Willmeng was a presenting sponsor of the second-annual Brenda & Kurt Warner’s Celebrity Game Night to support Treasure House, a community in Glendale founded by the Warners to provide a home for young adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities. The most unique fundraising event of the year was also incredibly
With a record number of spectators at the Waste Management Open this year, Willmeng also had a very full schedule hosting some of the true leaders in commercial real estate at their suite. Held at TPC Scottsdale January 28 – February 3, the event was a great gathering of our
In the January issue of Commercial Executive Magazine (CEM), Brad Cooke, executive vice president at Colliers International, was recognized as the Broker of the Month, presented by Willmeng Construction. His exposure to the industry began at a young age when his mother, now his partner on Colliers’ Cooke Multifamily Investments Team, brought him
Willmeng was the Green Room Sponsor for ULI Arizona again this year, hosting an array of industry and market leaders behind the scenes before they hit the stage as panelists to an audience of more than 800 attendees. The lounge was a place for panelist to prepare, relax and
“Sustained growth for Arizona and the metro area is something that I have always had confidence in, even through the last recession. I would bet on Greater Phoenix all day long and feel good about it.” – James Murphy Willmeng was featured in the January issue of Commercial Executive Magazine (CEM).
Working within the aviation environment requires careful planning and coordination with multiple stakeholders. Special attention must be paid to maintaining airside/landside separation, complying with airport security requirements and assuring that construction has no impact upon existing operations. Willmeng’s team of builders is well-suited to working in such environments and has enjoyed
ASM is a leading supplier of semiconductor process equipment for wafer processing. Throughout Willmeng’s ongoing relationship with ASM, we have completed five renovation projects located at their local Clean Room Center in Phoenix. Such work has included removal and replacement of tools in Class 100 or higher areas.
Located at The Reserve at San Tan, the Orsett owned property is a new 104,000-square-foot concrete tilt office building and is mezzanine ready for up to 168,000 square feet total. This new building is the fourth in the office park and includes CMU accents and a steel entry canopy/trellis with
The project entailed a new metal building with insulated panels, and a built-out office building of approximately 10,000 square feet. The project includes conference rooms, breakrooms, storage space, mailroom functions, four service bays for light vehicle servicing, 12,000-gallon above grade fuel storage tank, shade canopies, secured masonry fencing along the
The Willie Itule project consisted of a 70,000-square-foot warehouse renovation including the addition of 13,000 square feet of new office space. Work also included coordination to accommodate 30,000 square feet of owner provided cooler/freezer installation. Willmeng performed significant work that was required to accommodate repairs and grinding of the existing
The largest local ice manufacturer desired to double their production capabilities. Work required occupied phase building expansion to minimize disruption to Ice King’s operations during construction. Willmeng facilitated the addition of two new ice machines and two new bagging lines. Work included complete replacement of the critical Reverse Osmosis equipment,
Complete renovation of the school’s secondary gymnasium. Work entailed installation of a fire sprinkler system bringing the facility up to fire code. Included full modernization of the facility’s locker rooms, replacement of the sports ﬂooring, bleachers and fire detection equipment. All work was expedited to be performed between spring break
25,000-square-foot renovation of the existing premier Private High School’s Science and Art Center to modernize the facility and bring it to post-secondary standards. The programing for the facility included Science Laboratories, Digital Laboratories, Art Rooms, a Sound Studio, Fabrication Shops for Metal, Wood and Robotics, and all new faculty spaces. The
10,000-square-foot renovation to add additional classrooms, music room and martial arts room. Work consisted of a full-scale tenant improvement in the downtown Phoenix mid-rise urban campus. Additional work included the occupied renovation of several existing classroom areas and modernization of campus restroom facilities. All work was completed between spring break
This facility is a new 13,700-square-foot, four-bay fire and rescue station developed on 3.1 acres of land in southeast Gilbert. The station includes living quarters, exercise room, kitchen, dispatch room, offices, a decontamination room and apparatus space to support up to four engines and/or rescue equipment. The ICF & masonry
New learning facility for the City of Phoenix. The building was built on the site of an old grocery store that had burned down resulting in soil contaminated with elevated levels of arsenic that required complete abatement. The City was highly satisfied with our performance on this award-winning project.
The expansion of the existing Healthway’s secured facility was necessary to facilitate the health-conscious group’s ability to provide a fun and flexible working environment for their colleagues. The 13-phases of construction touched everyone in the occupied facility as colleagues were shifted to their new workstations. Conveniences include a recording and
Willmeng has held this contract since 2011, as a prime general contractor. The work under this IDIQ contract includes construction, repair, rehabilitation and alteration services for a wide variety of project types. To date, the number of Job Orders processed is 32 and the total contract value has exceeded: $3,153,492.
With high-level security and safety requirements, American Airlines selected Willmeng to perform design and construction services for projects beginning in 2016. Projects include renovations and remodels at facilities located within Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. These projects are completed in critical and occupied facilities within the airport. Stringent requirements make
The project consists of a 65,000-square-foot manufacturing facility for HVAC Equipment. Construction included a heavy electrical scope and installation of three bridge cranes. Coordination consisted of raising the roof approximately 25 feet to accommodate the end user who needed 30 tons of crane area. The project was initially over budget,
Hamilton Sundstrand is a global corporation with various business units that design, manufacture and support technologically advanced aerospace and industrial products for worldwide markets. The company provides electric power generating, distribution, management and control systems. Willmeng Construction was invited by RREEF to join the Design/Build team to meet the project
Willmeng Construction performed full-scale remodels to multiple 24-hour Walmart Supercenters located throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan area. The renovations of the 200,000 square foot stores include the complete remodel of the main sales floor and all administrative office and support areas, a new pharmacy, a completely remodeled auto service center, a
Willmeng performed construction services to 136,000 square feet of space at multiple warehouse locations throughout the Phoenix area. These projects included remodels to all fresh areas including new freezers and coolers, new entry and exit vestibules, rework ADA parking areas, pharmacies, mezzanine offices and break rooms, downstairs offices, snack bars,
The Management Office is a 1,069 square foot space with one office, a conference room and workspace for three cubicles. The office has a grand entry with a 4′ x 9′ glass door and 26″ sidelites at each end, plus finishes throughout, including flooring, millwork (quartz tops, tile backsplashes, and wood
3,000-square-foot tenant improvement to create an advanced pediatric sleep lab facility. Work included the construction of four sleep rooms including integrated restrooms and showers. The facility includes audiovisual infrastructure to allow for monitoring of sleep studies and security of patients and families. Work required significant upgrades to the mechanical and
Complete renovation of the Town of Paradise Valley’s Public Safety Communications and the refurbishment of an existing structure for use as an electronics equipment room. Willmeng finished the project on time and within budget, while ensuring the Police Department and 911 Call Center stayed open and operable. The project was
In 2018, Willmeng Construction completed 30,877 square feet of construction on the expansion of BASIS Flagstaff, a nationally ranked K-12 charter school. The project included a ground-up two-story high school wing, a ground-up kindergarten wing, the addition of a new gym and theater and some renovations to the existing building and parking lot. “In
We are thankful for the opportunity we had with NAIOP Arizona Chapter to serve the community at the Human Services Campus & Lodestar Day Resource Center.
More than just an ordinary company retreat, Willmeng Construction’s annual trip to Flagstaff, Ariz. each year with all of its employees and their families is much more of a “Mid-Year Celebration” with an event-filled weekend of relaxation, awards, entertainment, games, good eats, reflection on the company’s culture and lots of laughs.
We are so honored to have been awarded the BOOST! prize from Arizona Community Foundation’s Pakis Center for Business Philanthropy at the Phoenix Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Awards event. Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA, a unique publishing and printing company, and Willmeng Construction Inc. each received $40,000 to boost their efforts as good corporate citizens.
In the September/October issue of Commercial Executive Magazine (CEM), Patrick Dempsey, managing director at Holliday Fenoglio Fowler (HHF), was recognized as the Broker of the Month, presented by Willmeng Construction. After 22-years with Lee & Associates, Dempsey transitioned to HFF in July 2018. He talks about pessimism surrounding brick-and-mortar retail and
Representing the Valley’s continued industrial resurgence and evolution, Willmeng Construction broke ground on Wentworth West 80, an industrial spec building at 8001 W. Buckley Rd., on August 8. Totaling 379,828 square feet, the building will consist of a cross-dock warehouse and office space. It’s another example of how older, antiquated
The approved expansion of the Loop 202 required Dolphin Casting, a subsidiary of Karsten Manufacturing, to relocate from the manufacturing facility it has occupied for more than 30 years. Dolphin Casting provides metal castings for multiple industries and automated process including shell. Starting in March 2017, Willmeng Construction began a
Altruism is defined as “the belief in or practice of selfless concern for the well-being of others” and it remains a fundamental aspect of Willmeng Construction’s strategic vision to foster an “altruistic service” of corporate culture by recruiting highly talented individuals with great character. Naturally, to “talk the talk” isn’t
In support of first responders throughout the Fire Department and EMS communities, Willmeng Construction set up an exhibit at the Fire & EMS Leadership Conference & Expo for a second straight year. This year’s conference, hosted by the Arizona Fire Chief’s Association (AFCA) and the Arizona Fire District Association (AFDA)
For more than six years and counting, Willmeng Construction has supported and partnered with the Help Fill the Toy Closet Foundation and Golf Tournament Committee, which raises money to purchase comfort toys and organize fun outings for sick children at Cardon Children’s Medical Center in Mesa. This year, Willmeng President
Not one to back down from a challenge or problem, Amir Salimi, project engineer at Willmeng Construction, believes in leading by example, caring for everyone and never giving up on the things you love or believe in. Those principles guided him during his move to the United States from Canada
The September/October issue of AZRE, published by AZ Big Media, consisted of several articles highlighting Willmeng Construction’s activity across the Valley, thought leadership and its support of NAIOP-Arizona. To catch up on what Willmeng is doing in the Valley and what’s coming down the pike, check out the digital issue
A sold-out crowd filled Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort Thursday night as Az Business magazine and BestCompaniesAZ honored the Most Admired Companies (MAC) of 2018. “Our primary goal in developing the MAC program was to find and recognize those companies that set a standard of excellence that other businesses should aspire to
Willmeng Construction has finished work at the 98,643-square-foot Falcon Field Business Center in Mesa, which began construction on Nov. 28, 2017. Located at 3110 N. Greenfield Road, the industrial space was constructed by Willmeng Construction, designed by Butler Design Group, and is currently owned and managed by EastGroup Properties, Phoenix. “This site is desirable
The former Kuiper Dairy Farm had 525 cows remaining on the property when it was sold in 2012, making way for the next wave of speculative office construction to take shape along Chandler’s Price Corridor – one of the fastest growing employment hubs in Arizona. The construction of CAZ 5 marks
The 22nd Annual NAIOP Night at the Fights, hosted by the NAIOP Arizona Chapter, is the organization’s largest networking event of the year. With live boxing and music, a variety of games and gambling, fine dining and a full bar, leaders and members of Arizona’s commercial real estate industry gathered
On July 14, Willmeng Construction participated in the First Annual Project Catwalk Showcase, an anti-bullying youth fashion show hosted by non-profits Linking Sports and Communities (LSC) and Tiny Be Mighty (TBM). The purpose of the event was “to showcase to the world the importance of moving from a non-judgmental space
The 4th Annual Bob Didier Baseball Hot Stove — an open discussion and sport memorabilia auction with major leaguers — hit another home run this year, raising $30,000 to benefit the Sunshine Acres Children’s Home in Mesa by helping offset housing, food, clothing, education and care expenses. A scholarship was also