As a Contractor that Cares, our success as a builder is only possible in partnership with the finest trade partners.
Become a Trusted Partner
By assembling the best teams for a specific project we are executing for our clients, we deliver a place of purpose and achieve an authentic team environment of success for everyone involved. Willmeng is committed to using only highly-qualified subcontractors and suppliers that share our team’s vision of Fair360, creating a win-win approach to accomplishing in the most challenging projects together.
Willmeng serves as an ally to our subcontractor community where open communication is encouraged, on-time payment is expected, and treating one another respectfully and fairly is the rule.
The cornerstone of our mutual partnership with subcontractors is safety and it is our obligation to make sure everyone on our jobsite is provided a safe environment. This means providing an environment where the safety is always top of mind and expectations are communicated through our dedicated Safety Director.
“I can say, without exception, every interaction I’ve had with anyone on the Willmeng team has been respectful and fair. We have the most interaction with the Project Management teams and the Superintendents. However, this has been true at every level from intern Ashley to President James Murphy. It is in every department from Jake in Accounting to Chris in estimating. Our Superintendents and Foremen have echoed this from the field. The Willmeng team is great to work with. They approach each project as a partner with a common goal. As a result, we’ve noticed the caliber of subcontractors on Willmeng projects tends to be higher.” – Brian Vandenburgh, P.E., The Structures Group
We are a contractor that cares.
The 2020 excellence managing payments award winners are members of the ENR 400 who have collected high ratings and reviews from subs and suppliers meanwhile maintaining a high payment score on Levelset with little to no reported payment issues on projects. To qualify, these contractors were held to rigorous standards and guidelines around payment management and needed to show a high volume of construction work so far in 2020.