We are excited to have interns joining BMWC all over the country this summer. Students will be working in Virtual Design, Information Systems, Quality and Engineering departments. Some will be in the office and some are out on job sites, and our hope is that each of them will gain hands-on experience in their respective… Continue reading.
Monthly Archives: May 2019
BMWC Awards Student with CICI Scholarship
BMWC was happy to sponsor a scholarship in conjunction with the Chemical Industry Council of Illinois (CICI) that is awarded to an Illinois high school student who is chosen based on merit and interest in pursuing a degree in the chemical industry. This year’s BMWC Scholarship recipient was Emmaly Ragsdale. We are very excited to… Continue reading.
Suicide Prevention Advocate Speaks to BMWC
May is an incredibly significant month, not just for the Indy 500 races, graduations or the long-awaited sunshine. BMWC, along with thousands of other contractors appreciates May for both safety and mental health, which go hand-in-hand. From May 6-12, we celebrated Construction Safety Week and for the whole month the nation recognizes May as Mental Health… Continue reading.
BMWC Awarded at NWIBRT Awards Banquet
BMWC was presented with the Safety Achievement Award at the annual NWI Safety Awards Banquet, held on May 9th. The event, hosted by the Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable (NWIBRT) in partnership with the Construction Advancement Foundation (CAF) is organized to celebrate contractors for their dedication to safety excellence. Such accomplishments specific to the Safety Achievement… Continue reading.
BMWC Invests in FARO Laser Scanners
We are pleased to announce the purchase of two additional FARO Focus S350 lasers at our Chicagoland office today. We received our first scanner at the Munster office in 2014 and have now added two to our laser scanning fleet! This will help us provide tremendous value and quality service to our clients. The scanners… Continue reading.
Transitioning Back to the Trades
Analysts estimate that by 2028 there could be 3 million skilled trades job openings in America. This is a great problem to have with opportunities for high-paying, rewarding jobs. National Skilled Trades Day was created to shed light on these opportunities and to also start a conversation about the problem America faces with not enough… Continue reading.