As the director of client and pre-construction services at Willmeng, Keyvan Ghahreman works to further develop and deliver client service strategies. Often described as level-headed, easy-going and collaborative, Keyvan lives out Willmeng’s “Make It Happen” philosophy daily by utilizing a unique blend of knowledge, skills, and integrity to provide an

A venture formed by Trammell Crow Co. in Phoenix has completed the purchase of a site in Chandler to develop a 200KSF speculative office project (AZBEX, July 15, 2014). The two-building complex, being called Mach One, will be built on a parcel located within the Chandler Airport Center business park. The Class A office

Officials break ground on new Chandler 202 office space

Chandler officials and developers began the process toward building an office facility on Wednesday that’s expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the Price Road corridor. Kieckhefer Properties and Willmeng Construction Inc. broke ground Wednesday on Chandler 202, a three-story, 140,000-square-foot office building located near the intersection of Frye Road

Willmeng Participates with NAIOP Arizona to feed the homeless

As part of its philanthropic efforts, NAIOP Arizona has fed almost 13,000 homeless people at the Human Service Campus near Downtown Phoenix and has raised thousands of dollars for Ryan House. In 2013 NAIOP Arizona fed more than 10,000 homeless people as member firms volunteered on 12 Friday afternoons. Given

Phoenix-based FBI personnel will call this 210,202 SF building at 21711 N. 7th St. home for the next 20 years.

NEW CLASS A OFFICE BUILDING TO RISE IN CHANDLER San Diego-based Douglas Allred Company plans for the second phase of Allred Park Place with construction of a 92,109 SF, 2-story office building in Chandler. The project, which broke ground at the end of January, is the first speculative office construction

Growing up in the small town of Great Bend, Kansas, Cody Phelan demonstrated a ‘can-do’ attitude and tremendous work ethic early on. At nine years old, he was diagnosed with Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, a hip disorder causing bone loss and deformity of the hip socket. He spent a month in the