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.
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
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
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
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