Willmeng Construction proudly sponsored the 7th Annual Help Fill the Toy Closet Golf Tournament in support of Cardon Children’s Medical Center. The event was an opportunity to enjoy a day on the links, while benefiting a worthy cause. This annual fundraiser provides toys to sick children. Organized and stocked by a
On the heels of National Economic Development Week, the City of Mesa is celebrating the grand opening of Santander Consumer USA at Centrica with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Members of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, the Arizona Commerce Authority, and the team behind Centrica joined Mesa’s Mayor John Giles and
Home to more than 500 employees in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, GlobalTranz continues to track as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Arizona. The logistics software giant, specializing in freight management services, recently relocated its corporate headquarters to the Riverwalk in Scottsdale. The move brings all local operations
At Willmeng Construction, we strive to be a great company and good stewards of our community. Willmeng employees proudly and generously donate volunteer hours to numerous charitable causes every month. André House in Phoenix is an organization Willmeng has supported for years. André House is a ministry to the homeless
Best of NAIOP is one of the Commercial Real Estate industry’s most anticipated events, recognizing the best in everything from building and design to industry leaders. Willmeng Construction proved to be one of the industry’s “Best” once again, winning the 2016 Industrial Tenant Improvement of the Year award. The project
Keith is from Southern New England’s Fairfield, Conn. Growing up he aspired to be a meteorologist, but his destiny to land in the construction industry was undeniable. Keith’s father is a third-generation stone mason who started Sabia Construction upon his return from WWII, and Keith was born into the industry.
After drawing the “World Class Tag” for bow hunting in Northern Arizona, James Murphy was successful in bringing down the notoriously elusive Dozer (aka “The Legend”), a 409” bull in the Fall of 2015. Guided by John McClendon of McClendon Guide Service. This 2 week hunt with James W. Murphy,
Willmeng Construction’s website, designed by Small Giants, has a lot of cool new features. In addition to several new features that promote current news and updates, one of the most exciting additions is a video showcasing a day in the life of the Willmeng team. The video was produced over
The 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open saw record crowds, with more than 600 thousand people in attendance between February 1st and the 7th. Saturday’s third round alone recorded a record breaking 201,000 people. Among clients and associates, Willmeng Construction had some of the best seats in the house with unbeatable
Willmeng Construction would like to congratulate Cushman & Wakefield’s John Grady and Jackie Orcutt. Commercial Executive Magazine named the pair 2016’s first Brokers of the Month. The duo got their start in 2007 and toughed their way through the economic downturn in the preceding years. Grady and Orcutt are one
The adage “there is no substitute for experience” accurately describes Mike. Born in Hawthorne, Nev., and raised in Carson City, Mike spent his high school summers working in the construction industry. His jobs included underground pipe installation and cabinetry work in the area casinos. Mike moved to Arizona in 1978
James Murphy was born and raised in the expanses of the West and Southwest. If it’s happening in the great outdoors, chances are that’s where you will find Willmeng’s President and CEO when he is not working. James was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and grew up in the West.
Isam Ghandour is a rare breed in the construction industry. From the start, he set out to become a building professional. He began his career by earning his Bachelor of Science degree in architecture engineering from the University of Khartoum in Sudan. He worked as an architect for one year
Willmeng Construction was recently recognized for the renovation of a fire station at Luke Air Force Base. The work was completed through a partnership with Fighter Country, a nonprofit organization supporting families and programs no longer receiving government funding at Luke. “Community involvement is a significant part of the Willmeng
It’s known as one of the most entertaining rounds of golf in Phoenix every year, and the 2015 NAIOP Arizona Golf Tournament at Talking Stick Golf Club certainly didn’t disappoint. Willmeng Construction was one of dozens of Tee Sponsors at the sold out event, with nearly 300 people from top
James Murphy, President of Willmeng Construction was among 40 individuals recognized by the Phoenix Business Journal (PBJ) for their outstanding leadership and for having a positive impact on their communities. The 40 honorees under the age of 40 represent for-profit and non-profit organizations in the Valley. This years’ honorees bring
Centrica, an adaptive reuse project in the city of Mesa’s Fiesta District is officially home to Santander Consumer USA Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of global retail banking giant Banco Santander. Willmeng Construction, along with Nelsen Partners designed the environmentally conscious state-of-the-art project with abundant parking and redundant fiber optic backbone
NAIOP’s Best of 2014 awards honored Douglas Allred Company and named their development of Park Place Building No. 5 as Best Spec Office Development of the Year. Shortly after the shell building’s completion, this project was successfully leased for Infusionsoft’s future expansion.
We are honored to have been named #1 Tenant Improvement Contractor for 2015 according to Ranking Arizona’s public opinion poll. Thank you for your votes and support!
As the director of client and pre-construction services at Willmeng, Keyvan Ghahreman works to further develop and deliver client service strategies. Often described as level-headed, easy-going and collaborative, Keyvan lives out Willmeng’s “Make It Happen” philosophy daily by utilizing a unique blend of knowledge, skills, and integrity to provide an
Growing up in the small town of Great Bend, Kansas, Cody Phelan demonstrated a ‘can-do’ attitude and tremendous work ethic early on. At nine years old, he was diagnosed with Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, a hip disorder causing bone loss and deformity of the hip socket. He spent a month in the