BMI has always been active in the communities in which we operate and in which our employees live. We believe our corporate social responsibility is not only to the environment — to help protect it through the use of efficient technology and our tailored preventative maintenance programs — but also to enrich the lives of those in most need in the communities we serve.
Our community involvement spans the duration of BMI’s existence, and includes a range of activities. Past presidents Gail and Garth Brott were long-time Rotarians. Current BMI Chief Operating Officer Dax Brott has been an active board member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Central California chapter since 2009.
BMI has lent is support — through sponsorship, donations, and time — to many deserving organizations and fundraisers over the years, including Relay for Life, Wish Upon a Star, BARC, NAPD and Foodlink. And for nearly 40 years, BMI has sponsored the local adult softball team, the “BMI Hose Bibs” (named fondly for Garth Brott’s affinity for plumbing).
Whether its through speaking at local school “career days” about the opportunities available in the HVAC industry, or by donating time and resources to provide temporary cooling options to a local children’s museum, BMI will continue to play an active role in our communities, and we are always on the look-out for ways we can leverage our expertise to benefit our neighbors in need.
While we’re not in it for the recognition, it’s always nice to see your name in print! Check out some of our news coverage below: