The construction supervisor was Nefer Maat, the son of the king, who was his minister, and his titles included “Director of Royal Construction” and Thiati (Minister). His terrace (number M16) is a few hundred meters north of the pyramid.
According to the construction of the Midum Pyramid is clear the history of the evolution of the listed pyramid into a complete pyramid.
The current shape of the pyramid represents a three-plattower tower, surrounded by high debris, indicating the collapse of an outer casing layer and stones that filled the terraces between terraces.
The stones used to build the pyramid were derived from a quarry about 800 meters south of the construction site.