Crews pour 2,300 yards of concrete at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Bomel Construction Crews pour 2,300 yards of concrete at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

With a customer base that keeps growing, Bomel Construction, a one-stop concrete contractor in Anaheim, Calif., continues to expand its construction services to meet its clients’ expectations. Now in its 44th year, the contractor continues to broaden its line of work while partnering with a diverse group of contractors and owners, including high-profile clients such as Universal Studios Hollywood.

In 2011, Bomel developed an Architectural and Site Concrete division to provide a single-source concrete solution for clients and prospects. The new department offers complete services for structural concrete, light structural, architectural concrete, and site work.

With 27 years of field and management experience, Shawn Devine is vice president of the new division. Devine assists in leading the early stages of projects, helping with architectural concrete, pre-construction, and design. “I love pursuing new work and building long-term relationships,” says Devine. This year, the department has exceeded all revenue projections, demonstrating that Bomel’s hard work and commitment to its clients pay off. The division includes four estimators/project managers, a director of business development, and 50 jobsite workers.

Building a business based on team effort is essential for Bomel’s success. In 2013 the company generated $135 million in revenue. But it’s not the money that drives Bomel; it’s the satisfaction the company receives by putting its customers first.

“Success to me is a reoccurring customer that is happy to recommend us to their peers,” says Devine.