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When you use our long-term services, we become your partner in operations and maintenance. Our goal is the same as yours – to operate the facility(s) at the peak of efficiency while reducing repair and utility costs.


Maintenance Services 360

When circumstances make it difficult to operate effectively, or at all, BMSI can provide its licensed engineers for hours, days or weeks at a time. Rely on BMSI to fill any gaps in your commercial building maintenance plan.


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Become part of the Building Maintenance Systems Team. When you join, you will provide essential services to keep thousands of residents, tenants and communities around the Washington D.C. Metro area thriving.

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  • Job Titles and Salary Ranges For Building Engineers
    Job Titles and Salary Ranges For Building Engineers
    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment growth for engineers is expected to continue trending upwards through 2026. From the 2016-2026 decade, close to 140,000 new jobs are expected for engineers. In Washington, D.C., as in most metropolitan areas, the need for skilled labor is at an all-time high! It’s an excellent time for you to consider a career in building maintenance engineering. The ability to grow in this occupation is an added bonus, and your career can follow a natural progression as you increase training and on-the-job experience. What different salary ranges and titles are there for...
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  • Training for Your Career as a Building Engineer
    Training for Your Career as a Building Engineer
    When you work as a building maintenance engineer, you are in a unique position to use your brains and your physical strengths. Becoming a successful, sought-after building maintenance engineer requires training and experience. You must be knowledgeable in the field to compete for the best jobs and to be competent...
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  • Switching from Heat to Air Conditioning
    Switching from Heat to Air Conditioning
    With winter officially behind us in the Washington, D.C. metro area, it’s time to think about switching from heat to air conditioning in your commercial buildings. As temperatures continue to rise during the day and stay warm at night, tenants will expect a comfortable temperature in each unit. In commercial...
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Professional Building Engineer Staffing November 16, 2020