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BEI Team Recognition

Balanced Enviroments

June 23, 2022

We balance your commercial landscape needs and horticultural practices all with your given budget. We also strive to encourage a work life balance for our families. We’re proud to honor some of our BEI Dads this Father’s Day Weekend.At BEI, our team gets together very regularly for training, we also make sure to recognize and thank our amazing team! Enjoy this inside peek at our employee training and FUN recognition days.

There is nothing better than a great cookout! Our maintenance appreciation picnic in the late summer was a big hit and delicious!

Team Barbeque
Jason Seebacker, Judy Short and Aileen Gaspari

Jason Seebacker, Judy Short and Aileen Gaspari pose with their winning envelopes during our spring training session.

Our sales team stands to learn new relaxation techniques from our guest speaker at our summer training session.

BEI Summer Training
BEI - Employee Night Light

Spring sales training with Dean MacMorris from Night Light was an illuminating event. Landscapes are beautiful both day and night.

Dean’s focus was on networking. Dean is a “master” in networking and was happy to share his tips and tricks with our team.

Lombard Branch summer picnic attendees. Enhancement Supervisor Rigo Ambriz and crew relaxing in the shade.

BEI Lombard Crew
Sales Team

Our Sales Team bonds over a few cocktails and dueling pianos at Rush Creek Distillery.

The mechanical bull is a huge it at the summer picnic.

BEI - Mechanical Bull
NALP Awards

Gayle Kruckenberg poses with the Site Supervisor and Foreman from the 2022 NALP and ILCA Gold Award Winning property. Both men were recognized and given prizes for their efforts and success.

Our team worked hard at the Escape room team building day. We got out in time!

BEI Team - Escape Room
BEI - Golf Outing

Gayle Kruckenberg presents photos of past golf outing events BEI has attended.

The maintenance teams love a good tug of war game during the recognition picnic.

Team Building
Judy Short, Eric Carlson, Jason Seebacker and Jim Benecke

Judy Short, Eric Carlson, Jason Seebacker and Jim Benecke show off their quarterly recognition envelopes.

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