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Julianne Wheeler

Julianne Wheeler Joins Jennings Haug & Cunningham

Jennings Haug & Cunningham announced that Julianne Wheeler joined the firm as a partner. Wheeler is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses primarily on commercial disputes with an emphasis on construction related matters.

Her trial and litigation experience includes complex business disputes, fidelity and surety law, construction law, administrative licensing and bid protests representing businesses ranging from national restaurant chains to child care facilities in state and federal courts.

Wheeler also represents national and local contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in a wide range of construction related disputes, including disputes over technical specifications.

A former chair of the construction law section of the Arizona Bar Association and former member of the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration, she earned an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell, served as a faculty member of the Arizona Trial College, and is a judge pro tem with the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Wheeler is an active member of the Arizona Builders’ Alliance, Construction Financial Management Association, the International Concrete Repair Institute and the Arizona Subcontractor’s Association.

In 1987 she earned her law degree from Arizona State University College of Law after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in political science from Arizona State University. She lives in Tempe.

 

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Wheeler joins Jennings Haug & Cunningham

Jennings Haug & Cunningham L.L.P. announced that Julianne Wheeler joined the firm as a partner. Wheeler is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses primarily on commercial disputes with an emphasis on construction related matters.

Her trial and litigation experience includes complex business disputes, fidelity and surety law, construction law, administrative licensing and bid protests representing businesses ranging from national restaurant chains to child care facilities in state and federal courts. Wheeler also represents national and local contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in a wide range of construction related disputes, including disputes over technical specifications.

A former chair of the construction law section of the Arizona Bar Association and former member of the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration, Wheeler earned an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell, served as a faculty member of the Arizona Trial College, and is a judge pro tem with the Maricopa County Superior Court. Wheeler is an active member of the Arizona Builders Alliance, Construction Financial Management Association, the International Concrete Repair Institute and the Arizona Subcontractor’s Association.

In 1987, Wheeler earned her law degree from Arizona State University College of Law after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in political science from Arizona State University.  She lives in Tempe.

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Wheeler joins Jennings Haug & Cunningham

Jennings Haug & Cunningham L.L.P. announced that Julianne Wheeler joined the firm as a partner. Wheeler is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses primarily on commercial disputes with an emphasis on construction related matters.

Her trial and litigation experience includes complex business disputes, fidelity and surety law, construction law, administrative licensing and bid protests representing businesses ranging from national restaurant chains to child care facilities in state and federal courts. Wheeler also represents national and local contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in a wide range of construction related disputes, including disputes over technical specifications.

A former chair of the construction law section of the Arizona Bar Association and former member of the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration, Wheeler earned an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell, served as a faculty member of the Arizona Trial College, and is a judge pro tem with the Maricopa County Superior Court. Wheeler is an active member of the Arizona Builders Alliance, Construction Financial Management Association, the International Concrete Repair Institute and the Arizona Subcontractor’s Association.

In 1987, Wheeler earned her law degree from Arizona State University College of Law after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in political science from Arizona State University.  She lives in Tempe.

William Haug

William Haug Named Recipient of Legacy Award from Arizona Surety Association

William Haug of Jennings Haug & Cunningham was named a recipient of the Legacy Award, presented by the Arizona Surety Association.

Haug is one of just four recipients to receive the award since its inception in 2007. The Legacy Award, which is awarded by the association’s executive committee only when a nominated individual is deemed to be deserving, recognizes surety professionals for their career-long commitment to the industry, and for their leadership role in assisting the Arizona Surety Association with accomplishing its goals and objectives, while supporting the advancement of the surety industry.

Haug, who joined Jennings Haug & Cunningham in 1981, was recognized for his leadership role in establishing and advancing surety and construction law in Arizona. In addition, serving as national bond counsel for a major surety company and overseeing its claims throughout the U.S., earned him this substantial surety industry recognition.

Haug’s practice is focused in complex dispute resolution in construction, fidelity and surety law. For more than 35 years, he has been an arbitrator and mediator, and has been professionally recognized in his field with numerous awards, including the Maricopa Bar Association’s Hall of Fame.

The Arizona Surety Association recognizes individuals whom have focused a major part of their career dealing with the surety industry, either as a surety company employee, or an individual in a related field.

Criteria for nominees include demonstrating support of the surety industry through time and/or other resources, promotion of the surety industry whenever possible, as well as mentoring individuals interested in the industry.

 

AZRE Magazine May/June 2011

Centennial Series: Most Influential People In Arizona Commercial Real Estate

As part of AZRE magazine’s Centennial Series, find out who made the list of the most influential people in Arizona Commercial Real Estate.

Most Influential People In Arizona Commercial Real Estate


Roy P. Drachman Sr. (1906 – 2002)
Roy Drachman Realty Company, Real Estate Development

Roy Drachman, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011Known as “Mr. Tucson,” Roy Drachman’s love for the city helped put Tucson on the map. A real estate tycoon who landed the Hughes Missile Systems Company site, Drachman also petitioned to build better streets, waterways and schools in his beloved city. He is responsible for bringing Major League Baseball teams to Arizona for spring training (the Cleveland Indians began training in Tucson in 1947). Throughout his career, Drachman donated generously to the University of Arizona, mostly for its cancer research. He funded a scholarship at the UA College of Architecture for upperclassmen who show proficiency in design. UA named its Institute for Land and Regional Development Studies after him. (Photo: Drachman family)


Grady Gammage, Jr.
Gammage & Burnham, Attorneys At Law, Real Estate Lawyer

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011For the past 20 years, Grady Gammage, Jr. has practiced law at Gammage & Burnham, taking on real estate projects such as redevelopment, high-rise buildings and planned communities. Gammage was a board member of the Central Arizona Project for two, six-year terms, beginning in 1996. Gammage’s urban mixed projects in Tempe won him three architectural awards. He is also affiliated with Arizona State University as an adjunct professor at the College of Law, the College of Architecture and Urban Design, as well as a Senior Fellow at the Morrison Institute. (Photo: Gammage & Burnham)


William Haug
Jennings Haug & Cunningham, Real Estate Lawyer

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011William Haug has dedicated much of his career to developing and establishing construction and surety law in Arizona. His leadership in the practice was recognized with his induction in the inaugural Maricopa County Bar Association Hall of Fame for his role in developing the practice of construction law. Haug developed his practice in complex dispute resolution in construction, fidelity and surety law. For more than 35 years, Haug has been an arbitrator and mediator. He joined the firm in 1981, became one of the original construction lawyers in Arizona, and paved the way for the practice to develop as construction across the state grew with its population. (Photo: Jennings Haug & Cunningham)


Sam Kitchell (1923 – 2006)
Kitchell Construction, General Contractor

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011Originally named Kitchell Phillips Contractors, Sam Kitchell started the company in 1950 with then partner James B. Phillips. Its construction of Safeway stores and local schools helped Kitchell evolve into one of the top 10 largest private companies in Arizona and one of the top 75 construction companies in the country. One of Kitchell’s main focuses included healthcare projects, which led to the construction of Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, the Mayo Clinic of Scottsdale, Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Scripps Memorial Hospital in California, to name a few. (Photo: Kitchell Construction)


J. Daryl Lippincott (1924 – 2008)
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), Real Estate Broker

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011Daryl Lippincott directed the CBRE Phoenix office from its opening in 1952. With retail stores such as Goldwater’s, Diamond’s, Leonard’s Luggage and Switzers, Lippincott helped build Arizona’s first shopping mall — Park Central. In 1957, Lippincott helped the Phoenix office expand to other services, including mortgage loans, property management and was later announced as the head of CBRE’s Southwest Division. Lippincott shaped both CBRE and the commercial real estate industry with his retail and commercial projects. (Photo: CBRE)


John F. Long (1920 – 2008)
John F. Long Properties, Homebuilder

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011John F. Long symbolizes the Phoenix transition from desert to urban city. His 1954 Maryvale project, named after his wife, established a base for all future affordable housing in the Valley. With an emphasis on quality, Long also built the Solar One housing development, getting a head start on sustainable practices. Long’s projects were built with everything in mind; hospitals, golf courses and shopping centers, giving homeowners whatever they needed within close reach. As one of Arizona’s most influential builders, Long is in the Arizona Business Hall of Fame and was awarded the first WESTMARC Lifetime Achievement Award, which has since been named after him. (Photo: John F. Long Properties)


Rusty Lyon
Westcor, Retail Development and Management

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011During his more than 40 years as CEO of Westcor, Rusty Lyon led the way in retail development and continues to contribute to the public’s shopping needs. Retailers have turned Westcor into the largest owner of commercial real estate properties, with projects such as Scottsdale Fashion Square, Chandler Fashion Center, San Tan Village, Flagstaff Mall & The Marketplace, Prescott Gateway Mall, Biltmore Fashion Park and The Boulders Resort. (Photo: Macerich)


M. M. Sundt (1863 – 1942)
Sundt Construction Co., General Contractor

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011Sundt Construction was founded in 1890 by Mauritz Martinsen Sundt, a Norwegian ship carpenter who immigrated to the U.S. as a teenager. The company’s early projects were homes and farm structures in northern New Mexico. In 1929, Sundt built a Methodist Church in Tucson. The project was directed by John Sundt, one of Mauritz’s 12 children. John liked Tucson, and decided to stay. Sundt‘s clients today are industrial, commercial and government projects, both nationally and internationally. In 1936 the company was awarded a contract for six projects, one of which was the expansion of the University of Arizona’s Tucson campus. In 1956, Sundt began construction on one of its biggest military projects, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson. (Photo: Sundt Construction)


Frank Lloyd Wright (1867 – 1959)
Architect, Interior Designer

Arizona Commercial Real Estate, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011Frank Lloyd Wright spent most of his life designing homes, buildings and museums that changed the world of architecture. Wright designed more than 1,000 projects and more than 500 were actually built. Thirteen are in Arizona and are some of his most famous designs. Wright’s summer home, Taliesin West in Scottsdale, is also home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s international headquarters, where an archive of all his sketches and projects is housed. ASU students have a constant reminder of Wright’s architectural genius with the Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium, named after Dr. Grady Gammage, ASU’s president from 1933 to 1959. (Photo: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation)

AZRE Magazine May/June 2011