Powers & Sons Construction was honored at the February 21, 2017 Gary City Council meeting on its 50th Anniversary. Numerous employees past and present joined the Powers & Sons, Inc. leadership for the event in City Hill.

To read the full story, please visit: Gary Honors Powers & Sons’ 50 Years


Powers & Sons Construction would like to congratulate the Culver’s Project Team for achieving a zero punch-list (Z-P.R.I.D.E.) on the recent Culver’s Restaurant Joliet project. This new 4,323-square-foot restaurant is the first Culver’s Powers & Sons has constructed. The project was completed ahead of schedule, in under three months, and within the budget.


While the project was a success, the project team faced some challenges such as coordinating permanent power and natural gas as well as handling the vast amount of inspections required by the City of Joliet. To ensure the success of the project, the Powers & Sons team worked closely with the Owner, the city and subcontractors. Weekly jobsite visits by the project manager and close inspections by superintendent to make sure all installed work was in compliance with contract documents, enabled the team to achieve a zero punch-list at the project’s closeout.


Z-P.R.I.D.E. is the Powers & Sons’ acronym defined by the words Zero Punch-list Requires Individual Daily Effort. Our goal is to provide every project the highest quality product, on time and within budget.  Our superintendents punch the job as they go, ensuring the quickest turn around at the end of the project. We seek to eliminate punch-list items in order to allow the owner to use the completed project as quickly as possible. All team members, as well as the owner and subcontractors, are kept updated on the progress of the project through updated schedules and meetings. This constant flow of information allows all team members to participate and anticipate, heading off potential problems. While the achievement of perfection may sometimes be beyond our reach, it is something we constantly strive for.


Congratulations to Dan O’Laughlin (Project Executive), Rob Kennedy (Project Manager), Jeremy Wilson (Superintendent), Robert Wade (Laborer), and Tamara Wright (PM Assistant) for their daily effort to ensure the quality and workmanship on this project was at the highest standard.


Mamon Powers III has been named one of ENR Midwest’s Top Young Professionals who are making a significant impact on the construction industry. This award highlights and profiles individuals who represent the “Best-of-the-Best” in the construction and design fields by giving back to their industry and communities.

As the third generation to enter the family’s general construction business – and the fourth generation in the construction industry – a 14-year-old Mamon Powers III began his career taking out trash and cleaning up the warehouse. During the course of the last 30 years, he’s served as a project engineer, VP of business development and currently serves as Executive Vice President of the Indianapolis Division. He received his bachelors of science from Trine University and his MBA from the Krannert School of Business, before accepting a job at a large construction firm in Kansas City, Missouri where he gained valuable insight working on large hospital construction projects. That knowledge and experience help broaden Mamon’s construction management experience and prepared him to re-join the family business. Powers & Sons continues to build a solid reputation for delivering quality projects and has delivered more than $1 billion projects since its inception. It holds a bonding capacity of over $100 million and is currently managing more than $200 million in construction projects.

To read the full story, please visit: Midwest Top Young Professionals

Congratulations, Mamon, on this wonderful achievement!