Indianapolis (April 15, 2015) – BMWC Constructors, Inc. (BMWC), an award-winning leader in both industrial and commercial heavy construction services, is pleased to announce that this month marks its 60th Anniversary. Since opening its doors in Indianapolis, IN on April 15, 1955, BMWC has become one of North America’s largest and most respected industrial construction contractors (voted Engineering News Record (ENR) Magazine’s “Contractor-of-the-Year”).
Founded by Jack Baker in 1955 and originally known as Baker Mechanical (subsequently Baker, McHenry & Welch), BMWC has built its strength, reputation and expanding footprint on six Core Values along with a set of comprehensive Guiding Principles that still form the backbone of BMWC’s success today.
As the leading North American constructor in Aerospace, Chemical, Electric Power, Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology, Refining and Semiconductor, BMWC has widely been recognized by their clients as the “best industrial & commercial construction contractor” adhering to the highest safety & quality standards while specializing in the field of Lean Construction for executing their projects.
“At BMWC, our success is the result of providing the unique combination of safely executing our client’s most complex construction projects along with delivering continuously improved maintenance programs with the most innovative technology systems available anywhere in our industry” said President and CEO Brian Acton. He goes on to say “On behalf of all the BMWC hard working families of the past, present and future, we are proud of our accomplishments to date and look forward to providing a growing number of opportunities to our next generation of leaders.”
About BMWC Constructors, Inc.
Founded in 1955, BMWC Constructors, Inc. (BMWC), along with its subsidiaries & affiliated companies, provides industrial and commercial heavy construction services to a wide range of ongoing client concerns throughout North America. The company offers a combination of construction services in three (3) distinct categories; Construction Management, Direct-Hire Field Construction and Fabrication Shop Services.