Community Involvement

BMROSS believes in commitment to the place in which we live and work. We are motivated by our responsibility to building vibrant and successful communities by contributing to local groups and charities. We are involved and active in:

BMROSS is pleased to support the Inspiring Our Future Campaign through a donation of $25,000 towards the planned renovations of the community centre. Renovations include the expansion of the dressing rooms, creation of an unobstructed heated viewing area, new entrance and foyer, roof replacement and several other modernizations. The goal is to modernize the facility and make it a continued recreational hub for the whole community.

Dale Erb, BMROSS President notes the group’s efforts to finance the project through senior government grants and community fundraising are impressive. We wish to thank the IOF group for inviting us to participate as a corporate sponsor. The Philosophy at BMROSS is that we consider ourselves to be a partner with the municipalities we work with.

Picture of girl named Estefany and the Friends of Orphans Canada logo

BMROSS also supports communities in the wider world.  We are a corporate sponsor of Friends of the Orphans Canada, a charity supporting children at risk in 9 countries of Latin America. This includes the health, education and nutrition support of children like Esteffany and her family in El Salvador where only 73% of girls are literate.  Read more at


People standing by the Jones Bridge.

BMROSS is pleased to provide support for the new pedestrian bridge being constructed on the South Huron Trail. This is providing a safer, more scenic alternative to walking beside vehicle traffic on Morrison Line.

AMGH Capital Campaign Poster

B.M. Ross & Associates Limited are All In!

For over sixty years, B.M. Ross has been providing engineering services to communities throughout southwestern Ontario.

B.M. Ross believes in a commitment to the places in which they live and work.  They are motivated by their responsibility to building vibrant and successful communities by contributing to local groups and charities.

B.M. Ross & Associates Limited has pledged $50,000 to the All In... for you health Capital Campaign.  This pledge was made early in the campaign as a challenge to other businesses to support the vital health care services provided close to home at AMGH.

BM ROSS staff celebrating their Living Wage Employer policies.

GODERICH, ON - B. M. Ross and Associates Limited (BMROSS) are celebrating a local achievement being certified in the Living Wage Employer in the champion category.

“BMROSS recognizes that paying a Living Wage constitutes a critical investment in the long–term prosperity of the economy by fostering a dedicated, skilled and healthy workforce in our communities,” says Dale Erb, President of B. M. Ross and Associates Limited. “By certifying as a Living Wage Employer, BMROSS is offering a challenge to similar professional service businesses in the communities where we work.”

Now calculated annually by the United Way Perth-Huron’s Social Research and Planning Council, the Living Wage is a calculation based on the living expenses of a family of four with both adults working full-time for 35 hours a week, once government transfers and deductions are taken into account. Everyday expenses included in the calculation are food, housing, utilities, childcare and transportation. Perth-Huron Counties’ Living Wage is $17.95 per hour. More information about Perth-Huron’s Living Wage can be found at

“Certified Living Wage employers like B.M. Ross and Associates Limited draw attention to the Living Wage conversation in our communities,” says United Way Perth-Huron Executive Director Ryan Erb. “By receiving a Living Wage, employees are enable to participate in their society and gives them opportunities to contribute to and define our communities. BMROSS is demonstrating a real commitment to their team and our communities by becoming a Living Wage champion.”

About United Way Perth-Huron

UWPH is a 100% local organization working to address #UNIGNORABLE issues like poverty, homelessness and mental health in our communities. Thanks to United Way and people across the region, over 32,000 of the most vulnerable in Perth and Huron Counties have a brighter future. To show your #LocalLove by donating or volunteering, call 519-271-7730 or 1-877-818-8867, mail to 32 Erie Street, Stratford, ON N5A 2M4 or visit