MBM Contracting was built on a foundation of basic core values which we hold in the highest regard. These include:
Integrity: We adhere to strong moral and ethical principles emphasizing honestly.
Expertise: We possess exceptional knowledge related to construction practices. Our personnel are trained and skilled craftsmen.
Commitment: We dedicate ourselves to the needs of our clients and strive to ensure their complete satisfaction.
Reliability: Our personnel can be relied upon to provide consistent results with regards to quality and accuracy.
Quality: We maintain the highest degree of excellence in both our personnel and building practices.
MBM is committed to providing a safe working environment for our employees, subcontractors, and the public. We work every day to ensure safe practices and procedures at all times. As a result, MBM has an exceptional safety record consistently maintaining an EMR below one. We develop a job specific safety plan for every project and require routine site inspections by our Safety Officer. Eight hour mandatory safety meetings are held annually for all MBM employees to ensure current training and changing requirements.
MBM utilizes many types of technology to assure top quality and the most comprehensive support services available. Below are some of the software tools we use to assist us in project delivery:
- On-Screen Takeoff
- ProEst Construction Estimating Software
- ComputerEase Accounting
- Primavera P6 Scheduling
- Microsoft Project
- Autodesk AutoCad
- Autodesk Revit
- Autodesk Navisworks
We understand the importance of sustainability requirements during both the design and construction phases of a project. We have experience working with owners, architects, and engineers to complete the necessary documentation and submission in order to accomplish LEED goals.
In 1988, MBM’s office was located in a single room in the basement of a building located on West Liberty Avenue. In 1990, we were fortunate to find a vacant Masonic Temple in Homestead. We slowly renovated several floors of the building and in 1990 were able to move our offices, initially to the first floor and then to the second floor, and conducted business there for 14 years. In 2004, we purchased and renovated a dilapidated metal building in Baldwin Borough, constructed an addition for offices and warehouse storage, and moved our offices once again. MBM’s current offices were designed for team interaction and efficient use of space, which fosters an environment conducive to the successful completion of any project.
Awards and Affiliations
AIA Pittsburgh Chapter Architecture Certificate of Merit 2016
Forbes Hospital Elevator Tower and Emergency Department Addition
AIA Pittsburgh Chapter Award of Excellence 2013
Fourth Avenue Dollar Bank Renovations
AIA Pittsburgh Chapter Certificate of Merit 2010
Uniontown Hospital Patient Wing Addition + Alterations
AIA Potomac Valley Chapter Honor Award 2007
Whole Foods Market Cleveland
The City of Pittsburgh & The Historic Review Commission Historic Preservation Award 2003
Carnegie Mellon University College of Fine Arts Alumni Concert Hall Interior Renovation
The American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)
Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters
Operative Plasters’ and Cement Masons’ International Association