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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.

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

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 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)

Last November, Willmeng Construction broke ground on Gilbert Fire Station No. 9, a 12,137-square-foot prototypical station, located near Higley and Ocotillo Roads, which was completed in August 2018. Designed by HDA Architects, the single-story building will be constructed with jumbo brick masonry and insulated concrete form (ICF), an energy-saving insulation method that

Willmeng broke ground on Gilbert Fire Station No. 9 in late 2017. The 12,137-square-foot prototypical station, located near Higley and Ocotillo Roads, was designed by HDA Architects. It was completed in August 2018 and will help serve southern Gilbert as well as citizens of Queen Creek. “As Gilbert continues to