Del E. Webb Construction Company
The Del E. Webb Construction Company built many works. It was founded in 1928 and developed by Del Webb (1899-1974). It was headquartered out of Phoenix Arizona It eventually became the Del Webb Corporation and was purchased in 2001 by Pulte Homes. Pulte Homes since merged with Centex Corp. and is now PulteGroup. Del Webb continues as a brand of PulteGroup.
Works on the Williams Air Force Base that are NRHP-listed include
- Ammo Bunker (S-1007), SW of Alaska Dr., Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Ammo Bunker (S-1008), SW of Alaska Dr., Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Civil Engineering Maintenance Shop, Jct. of 11th and A Sts., NE corner, Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Demountable Hangar, North Apron, Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Flagpole, 10 St. between D and E Sts., Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Housing Storage Supply Warehouse, Jct. of 11th and A Sts., NW corner, Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
- Water Pump Station and Water Tower, Jct. of 12th and B Sts., NE corner, Williams AFB Mesa, AZ (Webb, Del E., Construction Company), NRHP-listed
Other works listed on the National Register include:
- Hunt's Tomb, 625 N. Galvin Pkwy Phoenix, AZ (Webb, Del E.), NRHP-listed
- Phoenix Towers, 2201 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ (Webb, Del E.), NRHP-listed 1957
Other works include:
- Many buildings of the Hiway House, a motor hotel chain founded in 1956 by Del Webb
- Hiram Clarke Transit Center, in Hiram Clarke, Houston
- Thunderbird Field No. 1, airfield used for flight training of World War II pilots, with construction by contractor Del Webb Construction of a hexagonal barracks, administrative building, mess hall and four hangars on the site, and more
- Pinal Airpark, built in 1942 by the Sundt & Del Webb Construction Companies and opened in March, 1943, then known as Marana Army Air Field.
- Luke Air Force Base, buildings constructed by Del Webb Construction Co., with first building begun in March 1941.
- Kansas City Municipal Stadium, remodeled to meet major league specifications to accommodate the Kansas City Athletics(Demolished)
- Hughes Missile Plant (now Raytheon Missile Systems), in Tucson, Arizona
- Flamingo Las Vegas, opened in 1947 at cost of $6 million on December 26, 1946; Del Webb Construction was the prime contractor and Richard Stadelman was the architect.
- Sahara Hotel and Casino, built 1952 with Del Webb as main contractor
- JC Penny Department Store, Phoenix, Arizona, 1952 (Demolished)
- Saint Joseph's Hospital Phoenix Arizona 1953
- Uptown Plaza, Phoenix, Arizona, 1955
- Texaco building Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 1957
- Pacific Northwest pipeline Building Salt Lake City Utah 1957
- Union Oil Center Los Angeles, CA 1958
- Mountain Shadows Resort, Paradise Valley, Arizona 1958 (Demolished)
- Sun City, a large retirement community in Arizona. 1960 completely built out in 1978
- Sun City Menifee, California, 1960
- Del Webb's Towne House (Trinity Plaza) San Francisco, CA, 1960 (Demolished)
- Sun City Center, Florida, 1961
- Christown Spectrum Mall, Phoenix Arizona 1961
- Phoenix City Square, Phoenix Arizona 1962-1964 (included the company's corporate headquarters building and Del Webb's Towne House)
- Bank of the West Tower Albuquerque New Mexico, 1963
- United States Pavilion constructed in 1963 for the 1964-1965 New York's World Fair
- Del Webb's Towne House (now Golden State County Plaza) Fresno, CA, 1964
- Los Angeles County Art Museum, 1964
- Westfield Century City, Century City, CA 1964
- Pacific Plaza apartment building, Santa Monica California, 1964
- Memorial Towers Senior Apartments Phoenix, AZ 1964
- Phoenix Municipal Stadium, 1964
- The Mint, tower Las Vegas, Nevada, 1965
- Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nevada, 1966
- Anaheim Stadium, built 1966 as the new home of Major League Baseball's California Angels
- Manzanita Hall ASU Tempe, AZ, 1967
- Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, 1968
- Phoenix Civic Center 1972 (Demolished)
- Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku Oahu, HI 1972
- Sun City West, Arizona, 1978-1998
- Horizon High School, Scottsdale AZ, 1980
- Sun City Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV, 1989-1999
- Sun City Palm Desert, California 1992-2002
- Sun City Grand, Arizona 1996-2005
- Anthem, Arizona, 1999
- Stephanie Paeprer (May 1, 2011). "Del E. Webb: A Pioneer In Arizona's Construction Industry". Retrieved July 5, 2012.
- National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- The Baseball Hall of Shame by Nash and Zullo (see Arnold Johnson)
- David Leighton, The History of the Hughes Missile Plant in Tucson, 1947-1960, Private Publication, 2015 [Page 5]
- "1963-1964.pdf" (PDF).
- "Del E. Webb Corporation Photographs | ASU Digital Repository". repository.asu.edu. Retrieved 2017-08-07.
- "Sun City Grand -". www.grandinfo.com. Retrieved 2017-08-31.