Executive Team

The importance and impact of a quality education continues to remain top of mind for many today as more emphasis is put on attaining a college degree to have a successful career, but for many others the dream of a college degree seems impossible. Helping turn those dreams into reality for

At Willmeng Construction, Sun Devil pride runs deep, which is evident by the large number of Arizona State University graduates working at the firm, including Willmeng’s President James Murphy who earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Construction in 1998 and Masters of Construction in 2009 from the Ira A. Fulton Schools

As a project manager for Willmeng Construction, Tom Fyffe is responsible for planning and executing projects by ensuring the team is prepared and performing at their best. He’s known for his loyalty, passion, commitment and desire to always do the right thing. After a nine-year career in the Marine Corps that helped him develop

As a Willmeng Senior Superintendent, Kevin Rentz is responsible for managing all field operations on projects assigned to him in an effort to accomplish timely and quality delivery. Learn more about his 37-year construction career in this Q&A: How did you get started in your career? Working with my dad

As Willmeng’s director of client and pre-construction services, Keyvan Ghahreman works to further develop and deliver client service strategies as the company and it’s project work expands. With 20 years of experience in several aspects of Arizona’s construction industry, Keyvan offers a very thorough understanding of the business and a

Keith Sabia is a Principal-In-Charge at Willmeng. He brings the experience of delivering hundreds of public and private development projects on time and within budget for the clients he serves. This year, Keith’s goal has been to establish Willmeng as a preferred contractor of choice for aviation and fire station

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

Willmeng President James Murphy, Project Superintendent Don Gleash and Fire Chief Terry Garrison of the Glendale Fire Department were selected to be sworn in as honorary commanders at Luke Air Force Base under the guidance of Lt. Col. Gregory Mayer of the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron, also known as the