Powers & Sons was selected as the lead construction manager for the first of two landmark projects at the Indiana Convention Center. Combined these two projects are the largest that Powers & Sons has ever been awarded (with one exception).


The first is the $60,500,000 Phase IV, which expands the existing facility by 140,000 SF. The Powers team builds back-of-house support spaces, enlarges the main exhibition hall, and adds new office and administrative areas. State-of-the-art MEP, HVAC, and other systems are installed. The exterior is clad with glass curtain walls and metal wall panels enclosing the steel-framed addition. Upon completion in April 2001, it is the nation’s largest convention and exhibition space. See 2011 for a description of our second project at the Indiana Convention Center, which was a Phase V expansion.