B & I Contractors, an employee-owned Florida based mechanical, electrical and plumbing subcontractor, is taking a less traditional approach to celebrating its 60 years in business.
The 2020 celebration bash includes making a greater impact with the company’s charitable giving. Not-for-profits receiving B & I’s support include education, healthcare and community organizations.
From hosting a blood drive at B & I’s headquarters in Fort Myers to providing sponsorships to the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools Strides for Education 5k, the Hillsborough Community College Golf Classic, Ringlin College of Art & Design Avant-Guard Fundraiser, the Golden Angels Gala benefitting the Jackson Health Foundation and the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Tour de Broward among others, B & I aims to strengthen community ties and share its resources where it matters most—saving lives and helping the younger generation flourish.
“B & I demonstrates its Core Values—Quality, Integrity and Teamwork— through our work in the community. We strive to improve the Quality of life, show Integrity by our hard work, and we team with wonderful not-for- profit partners to identify the needs in the community,” shared B & I’s President of 25 years and 2020 Lee County Heart Walk Chair, Gary Griffin.
Established in 1960, B & I has offices located in Fort Myers, Tamarac, Sarasota and Tampa. The employee owned company specializes in providing HVAC, electrical, plumbing, refrigeration and building maintenance services for commercial, institutional and industrial facilities throughout Florida and beyond.
The company is a leader in providing reliable, energy efficient and sustainable solutions for building owners and contractors and has won prestigious awards including Excellence in Construction, Top Specialty Contractor and Best Large Company in
To learn more, call (239) 332-4646 or visit us online at www.bandiflorida.com.