BMWC employees from the Munster team are excited about another great “Dark Lord Day” fundraiser for Lake Area United Way which raised $3,500. Every March for the past seven years, BMWC has used the Munster office parking lot as a unique fundraiser opportunity during “Dark Lord Day” at Three Floyd’s Brewery. Years ago, employees realized… Continue reading.
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Every year, BMWC partners with Purdue University to offer one outstanding student a scholarship award within the Division of Construction Engineering and Management. BMWC has been investing in the next generation of leaders for years and continues to seek out new ways to encourage students to pursue careers in industrial construction. This year’s recipient was… Continue reading.
BMWC employees in the Munster office are beaming with excitement over another successful fundraising initiative for Lake Area United Way. BMWC raised $3,500 in a single day by selling parking spots in the office’s lot to craft beer enthusiasts flocking to the area for the Three Floyds Brewery’s world renowned “Dark Lord Day.” There are so… Continue reading.
BMWC’s Indianapolis office collected holiday gifts for Children’s Bureau, Inc. The items collected were given to children and families in need, who didn’t make it into the organization’s Hope for the Holidays sponsorship program. We are grateful that we can help those in need during the holiday season. Thank you to the Children’s Bureau for all… Continue reading.
Marc Wiles, BMWC Superintendent for Marathon Refinery in Canton, OH, presented to high school students in Massillon, OH about the positive aspects of joining the Local Pipefitters Plumbers Union (Local #94). He explained how to get started as an apprentice, what they can expect when they join, the benefits of being in the union and… Continue reading.
In honor of Armed Forces Day and National Military Appreciation Month, BMWC coordinated company-wide fundraising events in an effort to support an Indianapolis-based army unit. The company aimed to collect $3,000, and ended up surpassing this goal by $1,000 to earn a grand total of $4,000 for the troops. Employees of BMWC’s many offices and jobsites from… Continue reading.