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Marbach Road Ribbon Cutting

Marbach Road Ribbon Cutting

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LID Competition

LID Competition

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Jones Maltsberger Ribbon Cutting

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Best Places to Work

BMBI Best Places to Work 09-12

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Schaefer Road Drainage Project

Schaefer Road Drainage Project

BMB's Carl Bain and Lori Dullnig-Warlen and Bexar County's David Wegmann accepted the Texas Public Works Association's Environment Project of The Year award for our Schaefer Road Drainage project.

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BMBI - Paul “Bud” Wilkinson Retirement

Paul “Bud” Wilkinson, RPLS Retirement

One of our very own Registered Professional Licensed Surveyors (RPLS) and our Mr. Fix It, Paul “Bud” Wilkinson, retired on July 18, 2014 and moves on to the next chapter.…

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BMB Book Worms Unite

January, 2009 - At lunch time every Thursday, a regular ritual occurs in the conference room of BMB. It’s the BMB Book Club - - and it has been expanding…

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Best Places to work.

Bain Medina Bain secures the number two spot as “One of San Antonio’s Best Places to Work”

On June 3, Bain Medina Bain was honored for the fourth year in a row as one of the “Best Places to Work in San Antonio.” The San Antonio Business…

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Best Places to work.

Bain Medina Bain named “One of San Antonio’s Best Places to Work” for third consecutive year!

The results are in and once again Bain Medina Bain was voted by its staff as one of the “Best Places to Work in San Antonio.” The San Antonio Business…

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What Our Clients Are Saying

David M. McBeth, P.E. – Capital Improvements Management Services

“Bain Medina Bain has served as the lead design consultant for the Rip Rap 69 Phase IID project that is currently under construction for the City of San Antonio. This assignment is considered a large and complex design project that includes the reconstruction of multiple blocks of city streets in older residential neighborhoods. The design included streets, storm drainage and large channel and culvert design, sidewalks, driveways, water and sewer reconstruction. The overall project construction is valued at approximately $12.2 million dollars.

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