Talk With Real Power People

Talk With Real Power People

Curious about the construction industry? Want to know more about working at Power? Whether you’re just starting out in the field or are seeking the next challenge in your career, our people are available to share their experiences with you.

Explore the employee profiles below, and then contact them personally with any questions. They’d love to hear from you. 

Charlie Bohm

Assistant Project Manager

Mike Conlon

Senior Project Manager

Luke Daugherty

Assistant Superintendent

Neal Deiters

Project Engineer

Haley Fisher

Sr. Career Coordinator

Tim Giegerich

Senior Project Manager

Brian Hampel

Project Engineer

Theresa Jocic

Sr. Project Accountant

Calvin Klarkowski

Assistant Project Manager

Eloy Lozano

Sr. Site Safety Coordinator /Labor Foreman

Mark Lumia

Preconstruction Executive

Eugene Mason III

Superintendent

Ben Meints

Superintendent

Haley Phillips

Assistant Project Manager

Michelle Park

Assistant Project Manager

Jeff Thomas

Senior Project Manager

Dennis Thurow

Project Engineer

Grant Wingle

Superintendent

Jack Viverito

Project Engineer
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Beyond Power

I try to enjoy being outdoors as much as possible. Whether that is running, hiking, fishing, golfing, or just grilling and playing lawn games with friends, it’s always great to enjoy the good weather while we have it.
University of Illinois '16 | Joined Power in 2017

How I started in construction: I was an intern for the transportation department in the city I grew up in. I worked on the sidewalk replacement program and micro-resurfacing during the summer after my freshman year.

Best career advice ever received: “If it matters to someone, it matters."

Why construction? I love the fast pace of the work and the challenges that come along with it. We get to problem solve every day and work with all sorts of different people which gives a really good balance to the day. The ability to walk through the city and see your finished work for many years after the job is over is also really cool.

Favorite Chicago landmark: The Chicago Board of Trade

Best thing about living in Chicago: Food. Some of the best food in the world is in Chicago and there is no shortage of variety. Restaurants and chefs that food critics travel across the country or world to visit are within walking distance.