MAMON POWERS, III
President, Indianapolis & Executive Vice President
Mamon Powers III grew up in the construction industry and spent many summers in high school and college working for the family business. He served in a variety of capacities, including laborer, carpenter’s apprentice, estimator, project engineer, and project manager.
Mamon graduated from Trine University (formerly Tri-State University) with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Management with a concentration in construction. He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University. Upon completing his MBA, Mamon accepted a position with a large general contractor in Kansas City. During his tenure, he planned and coordinated large hospital projects ranging from $40 to $140 million in value.
In 2007, he chose to follow the footsteps of his grandfather, father, and uncle by rejoining Powers & Sons Construction. A executive vice president for the firm, Mamon leads the Indianapolis office as its president. Under his direction, Powers & Sons has delivered high-profile projects including a $275 million Indiana Convention Center expansion and a $160 million renovation and new construction project for Lake Central School Corporation.
Currently, Mamon serves on several civic and charitable boards. He is a member of the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) Executive Committee and the Board of Directors for the Indy Chamber, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee (GIPC), Ivy Tech Community College Foundation, and the United Way of Central Indiana. He also serves on IU Health Foundation’s Philanthropy Council for the Adult Academic Health Center.
In 2020, Mamon was named Indy’s Best & Brightest in real estate development and construction. The Engineering News-Record included Mamon on its 2017 “Top Young Professionals” list. He was also recognized by the Indianapolis Business Journal in 2011 on its annual “40 Under 40” list.