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Power Construction Careers Recruiting tips

A good job search requires more than uploading a resume and clicking apply. If you want to truly set yourself apart from your peers, you're going to have to ask the right questions, get connected to the right people, and much more. Don't worry, we break this all down for you. Our goal is to give you the tools to succeed.

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Our Women in Construction volunteers spent a beautiful day in West Pullman drilling and installing drywall at the 2023 Habitat for Humanity Chicago Women Build event. Our team started the day measuring and scoring drywall boards, moving to the scaffolds to begin installation for the remainder of the day. 

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Thank you to our Power With Purpose volunteers who dedicated the day to sort and package food donations at the Chicago Food Depository, an organization committed to combat food insecurity. 

Power Family Carnival

Over 450 employees, families, and friends participated in the fun! From inflatable obstacle courses, to carnival rides and games, there was an abundance of entertainment for people of all ages.


Discover Your Path features Thomas Williams,  Assistant Project Manager at Power Construction who joined in2016 as an Assistant Project Engineer. Find out how the APE program helped Thomas determine his career path.

Power Construction Project Engineers Sustainability Training Academy for Global Citizenship

Our Project Engineer meeting was hosted at the Academy for Global Citizenship.

Power Construction Project Engineers Bluebeam Challenge

Power Project Engineers enjoyed some friendly competition and cold drinks at Bottom Lounge for our annual Bluebeam Skills Challenge!

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Power Women in Construction spent a beautiful day in Greater Grand Crossing swinging hammers and cutting plywood while volunteering for Habitat for Humanity's Women Build 2022.

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A group of 45 Power with Purpose volunteers gathered at the Anti-Cruelty Society in River North to make pet toys and beds while playing with some of their shelter animals.


Discover Your Path features Matt Surges, a mentor, leader, and Superintendent at Power Construction. In 2016, Matt enrolled in Power's Assistant Project Engineer program while attending school at Joliet Junior College.

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Did you know you can receive a college scholarship based on your love of construction? Power Construction offers scholarships to support minority and female high school seniors intending to pursue a construction-related degree in college. 

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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.