Luke Air Force Base

Willmeng Construction’s dedication to the community shines through at Fighter Country Partnership’s 9thAnnual Honorary Commanders Golf Classic. Willmeng sponsored the nonprofit’s annual fundraiser with all of the event proceeds helping make long overdue improvements to Luke Air Force Base (AFB). As the primary fundraising event with the goal of supporting

Committed to improving the communities in which we live, work and play, Willmeng Construction’s involvement with Fighter Country Foundation (FCF), a nonprofit organization supporting families and programs no longer receiving funds at Luke Air Force Base, has grown over the years to include various sponsorships and construction projects. Following the

Willmeng recently supported the 944th Fighter Wing Booster Club Golf Tournament in benefit of Luke Air Force Base (Luke AFB). According to Luke AFB’s website, “the mission of the 944th Fighter Wing is to train and provide combat ready airmen.” During peacetime, the unit trains reservists for worldwide deployments and has

Willmeng President James Murphy, Project Superintendent Don Gleash and Fire Chief Terry Garrison of the Glendale Fire Department were selected to be sworn in as honorary commanders at Luke Air Force Base under the guidance of Lt. Col. Gregory Mayer of the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron, also known as the

Fighter Country

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