We’re building the complete opposite of a typical warehouse. This campus expansion will keep our employee-focused culture, offering opportunity and work-life balance for teams that they won’t find elsewhere.
Chris Hughes |
● In addition to a sign-on bonus, there are competitive family benefits, paid time and holidays off, starting with the upcoming week of Christmas and New Year’s.
● The work is full-time, stable, and non-seasonal, with no nights or weekends – a big differentiator from other warehouse facilities.
● The new warehouse will feature employee common areas like a cafeteria with picnic tables and booths, open assembly and meeting rooms, and new green spaces on its grounds. Inspiring mural art and photography can be found inside, along with secure storage for personal belongings.
● Warehouse employees will also have access to Power Design’s national campus in nearby St.Petersburg boasting a free gym, lake with running track, and onsite café spread across roughly 50 acres.
Growth Opportunities: As a family-owned company with more than 30 years of history, Power Design’s success stems from employee growth. With a locally-based national campus and nearly 6,000 employees across the country, you’ll have an opportunity to learn from the industry’s best and brightest.
Construction is essential and facing labor shortages, meaning stability for the future workforce. Warehouse staff will have free access to learning and development resources, the ability to cross-functionally train and earn licenses to move into additional lines of work. Power Design also offers wellness programs to help people grow personally, and professionally.
We are proud to be creating more than 80 new job opportunities in Manatee County as part of the relocation and expansion of our national support infrastructure. We’re looking forward to supporting our new community as we do wherever we live and work throughout the country.
Frank Musolino |
Sustainable Mission: Compared to the previously Atlanta-based warehouse, the new space is double in size with three-times the available pallet positions. The expansion allows for 50,000-square-feet of prefabrication space as well, where workers will use planning and technology to pre-build construction assemblies for jobsites. This means faster and easier installations onsite, while reducing material handling and waste. The warehouse also affords Power Design national buying power, and the ability to safely store and ship jobsite materials with quality control. As an asset to the overall business, teams will have the opportunity to positively impact supply chain, the client experience, save time, and reduce waste.