Arizona’s fastest-growing companies were recently ranked by 2016 revenue in Phoenix Business Journal’s 2017 Arizona Corporate Excellence Awards. Willmeng made the list! View the list on Phoenix Business Journal


Goodwill is moving into the former Bealls Outlet store in the shopping center anchored by Petco, PetSmart, Staples, Ross and Big Lots, with a scheduled grand opening of Oct. 13, a spokeswoman for the nonprofit organization said. Courtney Nelson said Goodwill has gone through a lot of changes in the

Willmeng Construction, Inc., a Phoenix-based ground-up and tenant improvement contractor, announced today that Keyvan Ghahreman, LEED AP, has joined the team as the director of client and preconstruction services. In the role, he will work with the Willmeng Construction team to develop and deliver its client service strategy as the


The classes he took at Arizona State University laid the foundation for Carson Holmquist’s success as an entrepreneur, leading him to create a business that has grown nearly 2,000 percent in five years. Holmquist (pictured above), who co-founded and is CEO of Stream Logistics, was named the top businessperson at the

Best of NAIOP: General contractor of the year

General Contractor of the Year Willmeng Construction Willmeng completed nearly 5.1 million square feet of tenant improvement, renovation, and ground up construction in 2016. Its largest ground up project was Mach One, at 210,000 square feet. Major projects include renovations of the Esplanade, a Microsoft tenant improvement at Hayden Ferry, and

Isam Ghandour, VP/Chief Estimator at Willmeng Construction was awarded the Certified Professional Estimator credential by the American Society of Professional Estimators in recognition of proficiency and ethical estimating practices. Mr. Ghandour is a member of ASPE Arizona Chapter 6. View on Phoenix Business Journal

Industry Leaders of Arizona: Willmeng Construction

Leadership: James Murphy, president and CEO Website: What it does: A shell and tenant improvement general contractor. How it leads: A recent survey showed that Willmeng’s emphasis on putting relationships first while being accountable for decisions were primary factors in clients’ decisions to continue to do business with Willmeng year after year. In

The fifth floor toy closet at Cardon Children’s Medical Center has been dedicated for the second time within a three-year period to Audrey Jane Murphy, former patient of Cardon Children’s and daughter of Willmeng Construction Inc.’s President, James Murphy. Organized through donations made to the Banner Foundation through the annual