BMWC Constructors was awarded the prestigious Excellence in Safety Crystal Eagle Award (for the 2nd year in a row) at the annual Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS) banquet. The annual MICCS award banquet is the largest gathering of construction executives and safety leaders in central Indiana and the Crystal Eagle Award is the highest honor that… Continue reading.
In April of 1955, Jack Baker, Pat McHenry and Bob Welch took a risk and purchased the small mechanical contractor they worked for in Indianapolis. Jack Baker was a man who had a strong sense of right and wrong and was committed to living according to his principles. He was known for his strong work… Continue reading.
BMWC was awarded the 2015 Governor’s Workplace Safety Award for Partnerships in Construction at the Indiana Safety and Health Conference and Expo on March 18. The annual event is hosted by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Central Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers in partnership with the Indiana Department of Labor…. Continue reading.
The Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) presented BMWC with the Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE) Award. This is an annual award given to those who promote construction site safety. The CISE program encourages the improvement of safety and acknowledges safety leaders in all aspects of the construction industry. For more information, visit www.CURT.org.
BMWC has received the highest honor in national construction safety (Gold Star Award) and was recognized along with a confidential refinery client and the Will-Grundy Counties Building Trades for their outstanding performance at the Annual National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Injury Safety (ZISA) awards. Commenting on this achievement, Clay West (BMWC Corporate Safety Director) said “The… Continue reading.
BMWC was challenged to perform the setting of (2) 15’ x 52’ cooling tower unit sections within an active, working refinery. The original plan to set the modules included a piece of equipment that had to be fabricated, which would have pushed back the completion date. Pushing back the schedule wasn’t an option because other projects couldn’t… Continue reading.
Three of BMWC’s core values are integrity, people and leadership. These values lead us to become partners with United Way to help thousands of people in need. The Lake and Porter County Indiana United Way organizations partnered with U.S. Representative Pete Visclosky to bring a new event to the area called “Canstruction.” BMWC proudly sponsored a team for the event and provided two engineer interns to coach our… Continue reading.
BMWC Vice President Greg Kroh received the 2013 Distinguished Service Award from the Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA). This award is given to one individual a year who performs outstanding service to the association and/or the industry. For more information about the MCA, visit www.mca.org.