Testimonials

"I would recommend BMEC (Bay Mechanical & Electrical Corporation) for any sized project you may be considering, but in particular, any project that has a very high level of complexity."

- Seth Hernstein
Janotta & Herner Inc.

"Working as a government entity and subject to the rigors of the competitive format, working with Bay Mechanical & Electrical is definitely a pleasure."

- Hugh R. Holley, P.E.
Construction Manager
Cleveland State University

"Bay is one of the few that always seems to go the extra mile for its client."

- James J. Jocke, P.S.
Project Inspector and Designer
Ralph Tyler Companies

"Your team performed beyond our high expectations."

- Michael K. Wintrhop
President & CEO
The Bellevue Hospital

Industry Recognition
  • 8-time Diamond Safety Award Winner - 2004-2011
  • 2011 Associated Builders & Contractors Award of Excellence, Julka Hall/College of Education & Human Services, Cleveland State University
  • 2010 Silver STEP Award
  • 2009 Associated Builders & Contractors Award of Excellence, Physician's Choice Hospitals
  • 2009 Associated Builders & Contractors Award of Excellence, Nestle Professional Customer Innovation Campus

Cleveland State University – College of Education and Human Services

Bay Mechanical and Electrical, an Ohio education construction company, has worked with Cleveland State University on multiple building projects. Most recently, we were selected as the mechanical and electrical contractor for their new College of Education & Human Services building. The 100,000 square foot building will bring together eight different departments under one roof in order to better serve campus residents, commuting students, as well as the surrounding community with public counseling and tutoring services.

As the prime mechanical and electrical contractor on this project, our team is performing all HVAC, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services. The building will be visible along the southeast corner of the CSU campus and will feature exterior garden and plaza spaces that will connect it with the rest of the campus.

The College of Education & Human Services building project has already garnered honors, including the 2008 American Institute of Architects Design Merit Award. CSU is also pursuing a LEED Silver certification, which would make it one of the most sustainable projects in Cleveland and the highest rated building on CSU’s campus.

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