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United States Air Force Blinderman Federal Construction

Blinderman Construction and Power Construction, both headquartered in Chicago, have established the BlindermanPower joint venture for the purposes of serving our country's federal facility construction and renovation needs.

Power Construction Community Engagement Diversity Inclusion Workforce Chicago Revolution Workshop

Our mission to create sustainable workforce opportunities for diverse and underserved communities is part of how we bring our core beliefs to life. It's about finding a way to use construction not only as a practice, but a process to improve people's lives.

PE Meeting at Jobsite

Power Construction's Assistant Project Engineer Program offers a compelling opportunity for junior college students in construction adjacent programs—including construction management, engineering and architecture—to ease the financial burden of higher education, jumpstart their careers and gain invaluable on-the-job training.


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Power Construction Apple Store Michigan Avenue Chicago

How do you build an iconic retail venue in the bustling location at Michigan Avenue and the Chicago River? What's the best way to integrate modern, innovative technology with historic landmarks such as Tribune Tower and the Michigan Avenue bridge?

Power Construction WIC

National Women in Construction week is an opportunity to highlight women in all aspects of construction - raising awareness of opportunities available for women and emphasizing the growing role of women in the industry. During this week every year, Power is continuing the conversation around the impact that our women have on construction and our company.

Andy Rodawold_jobsite trailer

Our first feature in the Discover your Path series is on Andy Rodawold, an Assistant Project Manager who joined Power as an Assistant Project Engineer in 2016.

Historic facade restoration of the Viceroy Hotel in Chicago

It’s important to tread carefully when restoring or renovating historic Chicago buildings. They are a part of our cultural heritage and the foundation of our industry. No matter how much the inside may change and modernize over time, the outside should retain the history and character that makes them special.