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MBW’s Sponsorship for Strength in Support Continues for the Third Year in a Row

It’s about that time of year again! We are so excited to announce that we are sponsoring this year’s Strength in Support Charity Golf Tournament! For the third year in a row, we will continue to make our impact on the lives of men and women who were in the armed forces. Last year, we were incredibly proud to be able to raise over $100,000 for veterans in both Los Angeles & Orange County. We are so grateful to have customers, families, friends, and partners who were able to support a special cause to everyone at Mark Beamish Waterproofing. Just like last year, there are many ways that you can continue to help: 1. Join MBW and become a sponsor. The Strength in Support Golf Tournament has a variety of sponsorship levels available for those who’d like to help. Click here to learn more. 2. Register for the event. Not only can you play golf, but you can make a difference while having fun. Join us for this fun-filled day of golf, food, activities, and more. Click here to register. 3. Make a donation to the cause. If you’re not able to attend, please consider making a donation to support the lives of our veterans and their families. Click here to make a donation today.

Event Details:

Venue: Monarch Beach Golf Links Date: Monday, September 17th, 2018 Schedule of Events: 10:00 am: Registration, Driving Range, and Putting Contest 12:30 pm: Shotgun Start 5:30 pm: Dinner on the Tee and Awards For more information on the Golf Tournament, please visit:
MakingABetterWorld Our sponsorship of this event is a part of our “Making a Better World” initiative, as MBW has pledged to support our communities in various ways. MBW is passionate about veterans, as some of our employees have risked their lives for this country and wanted to help change the declining amount of funding for their brothers and sisters in arms.

A Night of Hope

In celebration of the book launch, Not My Business – How I gave My Company to God and What Happened Next by Mark Beamish, founder of Mark Beamish Waterproofing, MBW hosted A Night of Hope at the MBW corporate offices in Irvine. During the celebration, we enjoyed music by Ryan Heflin and reminisced on the history and incredible journey of Mark Beamish and MBW. We were honored to be surrounded by our family, friends, employees, and customers who have each contributed to make MBW what it is today. As many of you know, the MBW in our name stands for Mark Beamish Waterproofing, however, in the past few years, we’ve adopted a second acronym – Making a Better World. A Night of Hope was a true example of this calling. Through the generosity of those who purchased books and donated at A Night of Hope, we raised $6,677 for Boys HopeGirls Hope, a non-profit dedicated to supporting the needs of underprivileged kids in Orange County. With these funds Boys Hope Girls Hope will provide housing, basic needs (food, clothing, etc.), transportation, extra-curricular activities, professional child care, and college scholarships for children considered homeless by the California Department of Education. When MBW started in 1981, we couldn’t have dreamed of where we’d be today. We are so grateful for everyone who attended A Night of Hope and joined us in making a better world. To learn more about Boys Hope Girls Hope, click here. To purchase your copy of Not My Business – How I gave My Company to God and What Happened Next by Mark Beamish, click here. Please enjoy photos from A Night of Hope. 

We Raised $100,000 for Veterans in O.C. & L.A.!

Our team is ecstatic to report that this year’s Strength in Support Golf Tournament benefiting U.S. Veterans and their families raised more than $100,000! With the funds raised, Strength in Support will be able to provide 2,080 counseling sessions for our U.S. Veterans and their family members in Orange and Los Angeles Counties. We are so grateful to our customers, friends, and family that partnered with us to support a cause near and dear to our hearts. We were able to surpass the amount of funds raised in 2016 which allows Strength in Support to make a larger impact for our Veterans in the year to come. Our work, however, is not done! Please visit to learn about how you can get involved and help make the world better. Check out a few photo highlights below:

MBW Nominated for Family-Owned Business Award by Orange County Business Journal

  • Posted On July 19, 2017
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We’re proud to announce that we’ve been nominated for the Orange County Business Journal 2017 Family-Owned Business Awards! We were part of the 50 companies recognized for our dedication to our family and community involvement, with multi-generational workers throughout the company. Thanks to the families that help fuel and support MBW every day!

MBW Sponsors Strength in Support Golf Tournament Two Years In A Row

MBW is proud to announce our continued title sponsorship of the Strength in Support Charity Golf Tournament. Last year, we helped sell the event out and raised enough money to create real, palpable impact for the men and women in the armed forces. Just like last year, proceeds from the event will go toward providing support for mental health services for active military members, veterans, and their families, a cause that is incredibly important to the MBW family.

MBW wins 2016 Polished Concrete Award for Petersen Automotive Museum

  • Posted On January 3, 2017
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Each year, Concrete Construction Magazine puts together their list for the best concrete polishing projects of the year. From industrial and educational facilities to retail and residential buildings, the most impressive projects of 2016 were up for voters to choose the best of the best. While MBW was proud just to be considered for the awards, we were even more honored to be selected as the winner in the Commercial category for our at work at the Petersen Automotive Museum!

Reflecting Professionalism

Your office is one of the first impressions your customer receives about your company. As they sit in your waiting room, walk through your halls, or listen to your pitch in the conference room they are taking in your office and your space and it reflects on you. Whether its a conscious recognition of theirs or not; a comfortable and professional office sways their opinion of you and your company. Which way do you want them swaying as a result of your office?