Willmeng Construction hires James Crean as Senior Client Relations Manager

April 28, 2020

Willmeng Construction, Inc., a Phoenix-based commercial general contractor announced that James Crean has joined the team as their Senior Client Relations Manager. In this new role, Crean will continue to retain and foster healthy client relationships across Willmeng’s various market sectors.


“James was an excellent addition to our team,” said James Murphy, CEO of Willmeng Construction. “His energy, tenure in the industry, and all-in commitment to serve and support end users, in public and private markets, directly aligns with culture and long-term strategy. To say that he was a great addition to the team is an understatement."


Most recently, Crean served as the vice president of business development for a local general contractor, where he provided overall leadership and direction on client services efforts for more than a decade. During Crean’s diverse 30-year career, he has served as a community planner, public housing finance specialist, national marketing manager, commercial lender, and economic development director.


Crean brings a unique perspective to Willmeng, formed from his diverse professional background. “Willmeng’s ability to consistently exceed expectations and provide great customer service in every interaction with our clients allows us to develop strong relationships based upon mutual trust,” said Crean. “It’s all about working to make our clients’ lives easier in a challenging environment and using our expertise to assist our team in their efforts to deliver outstanding projects.”


Crean received dual bachelor’s degrees in political science and public administration from the University of Northern Iowa.

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