Our Philosophy

At Sacon Construction, we are committed to delivering the highest quality construction services for our clients and completing every project on time and within budget. We pledge to always give you an honest opinion and to provide you with the best option to achieve your desired goal with fairness and respect.


Sacon Construction is proud to be a Woman Owned business. Click here to learn more.


Women in Business 2009

Sacon Construction Management

Paula Bell-Saxton
Sacon Construction President

Paula Bell-Saxton brings more than 20 years of business and construction management experience to Sacon Construction. While overseeing the day-to-day operations of the 35-year-old firm, Bell-Saxton also works closely with project managers and estimators to ensure clients are provided the best value for their needs. She garnered experience in accounting, contract administration and negotiations while serving as an office manager for a local law firm. Bell-Saxton is the qualified management employee for Sacon’s contractor licenses in Nevada, California and Utah, and led the company in becoming a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE).

A native of Southern Nevada, Bell-Saxton received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She and Sacon Construction are supporters of Crime Stoppers of Nevada, a privately funded, non-profit organization dedicated to building a safer community through gathering criminal activity information while protecting the identity of callers. Bell-Saxton is also involved in Hero School®, a program that applies custom-developed motivational seminars and education programs to assist individuals and businesses in reaching new levels of personal development, corporate respect, teamwork, motivation and embracing corporate culture. She serves on the business advisory council for Faith Lutheran Jr/Sr High School and was a long-time supporter of St. Jude’s Children Ranch. In recognition of her business and community endeavors, Bell-Saxton was inducted into the 2010 Hall of Fame by the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada.