In 1979, at the age of 29, Michel Blais and two investment partners started BMH Systems in St-Leonard, a community in Montreal’s east end. He could have never predicted, at that age, that his Quebec-based company would go on to ship and build concrete batch plants more than halfway around the world.
The company is, since 1990, headquartered in Boucherville, on the south shore of the greater Montreal region — just across the St. Lawrence River from where he first set up BMH Systems. With over 35 years of experience now, the corporation has proven itself in the concrete industry. Complex projects are very stimulating for BMH's workforces and their will to meet challenges became their key to success through time.
BMH was established
Appearance of the first mobile plant with a 6.5 yd³ (5m³) capacity, the LP5 model
BMH inaugurates its new offices in Boucherville
BMH participates in the development of the LG1 hydroelectric power station
Hibernia Project, BMH designs a plant on a barge for the construction of a gravity base concrete >structure. Hibernia was the first offshore drilling platform to be developed in Canada
BMH launches the DEC-50, a mobile decumulative plant producing up to 65 yd³ per hour (50 per hour)
Introduction of the RollMaster, a reversing drum mixer, which met great fanfare at at the Conexpo-Con/Agg 1999
BMH developed the DEC Export, a plant that is fully exportable in containers
The EG-10 made its debut, a mobile plant producing up to 200 yd³ per hour (150 m³per hour)
Inauguration of Allinov, the main BMH Systems manufacturing plant
BMH continues its innovation in mobile technology, a wet batch mobile unit producing up to 190 m³/hour made it's debut, the EG-10MX
the EG-8 series mobile concrete plant is designed for a nominal output of 130 yd³ per hour (100 m³ per hour)
A new application allows the producer to assess their return on their investment, the BMH calculator is introduced at the World of Concrete
Implementation of the first RollMaster 15.5 yd³ (12 m³)
BMH Systems wins Company of the year award as part of the Award of Excellence competition organized by the Montreal’s South-Shore Chamber of Commerce (CCIRS).