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We are thrilled to have been named #1 Best Place to Work mid-sized company by Phoenix Business Journal! Check out the rankings here: https://lnkd.in/eJ69BwC

Earlier this month Willmeng Construction was happy to host Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) ASU members on a tour of Project Flight.

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.

Check out photos from this year’s tournament on our Facebook page.

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.

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

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

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