Development, stewardship, logistics, and asset revaluation are the building blocks of the BMI business.
Adaptive development is a process of designing and building meaningful places that are responsive to economic, environmental, and social dynamics.
Restorative development revitalizes and repurposes underutilized or shuttered industrial, commercial, and institutional infrastructure to build new socio-economic potential.
Recognized for our ability to work at scale, our land stewardship division has grown to become one of the largest in Southwestern Ontario.
Coupling expertise in telematics and logistics management with a lane-secure network of construction supply producers has positioned our Transportation & Logistics division to be a leading supply-assured transport provider.
Our industrial asset division specializes in the removal, refurbishment, and revaluation of equipment, supplies, and salvageable metals in the Mining, Oil & Gas, Infrastructure, and Pulp & Paper sectors, including ferrous and non-ferrous metal recycling.
Our combined portfolio represents a dynamic system in which elements affect and reinforce each other. Inherent to it are network potentials ranging from location stacking and multi-modal logistics to complementary economics and skill pool leveraging.
Taking a networked approach enables us to create value with the communities we work in and the partnerships we generate to build greater regional gains.
The City of Thorold is uniquely positioned to be the engine of a new era in marine transportation in Ontario. This investment by Bioveld Canada (a BMI company) is a testament to that. Working with our neighbouring municipalities, HOPA the private sector and higher levels of government to create economic sustainability.