CMSWillowbrook President Receives Achiever Award

OKLAHOMA CITY (March 14, 2018) – CMSWillowbrook President Weston DeHart has been recognized by the Journal Record as one of the state’s most successful young professionals.

He will be honored as a member of the 15th class of Achievers Under 40 on May 18 in Oklahoma City.

“I could not have achieved this award without the help of my mentors and team members,” DeHart said. “CMSWillowbrook is dedicated to advancing our industry, and I am grateful to be a part of this team.”

DeHart is an active community leader and a member of Leadership Chickasha’s 2017 class. He is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional who is passionate about sustainable building.

DeHart started at CMSWillowbrook as a carpenter in 1999 and worked his way up to president in 2017. He started managing projects while still in college at Oklahoma State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in construction management.

“I am always surprised by how difficult it is to select the 39 honorees,” said Ted Streuli, associate publisher and editor of The Journal Record. “It’s very competitive and for every person we honor there are two or three we had to turn down. Many of those are excellent candidates, so making it to the top 39 really is a great honor.”

The 39 winners were chosen by a committee composed of area leaders.

CMSWillowbrook Inc. has been building value for clients in Oklahoma since 1974 with a focus on providing full-service construction management. CMSW construction managers oversee projects from inception to completion including planning, design, procurement and construction to ensure a seamless standard of technical and management expertise on each project. The company employs more than 120 staff members at offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Chickasha.

Larisha Hunter