Appleton Lathing Corp.’s Tim Fink installs bars for a drop ceiling Feb. 27 at Appleton Alliance Church in Appleton.
Corcoran Glass and Paint LLC’s Christopher Kirchner installs a window frame on the second level banquet room at Fox Cities Stadium on Feb. 14 in Grand Chute.
Wayne Syrjamaki, a mason foreman with The Boldt Co., Appleton, dry fits a 25-pound cap stone Thursday while working on the facade of Fox Cities Stadium in the town of Grand Chute.
A crane operated by The Boldt Co.’s Pete Gust places a holiday tree outside of Lambeau Field in Ashwaubenon on Tuesday.
A two-alarm fire started by a construction worker on a project run by The Boldt Co. caused $10,000 in damage to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Memorial Union’s historic theater Monday morning, said fire and police officials.
Crews constructed the Little Chute Windmill on Thursday at the Van Asten Visitor Center in the village of Little Chute. The 100-foot windmill was assembled with the help of a 350-ton crane operated by Ideal Crane Rental Inc., Madison. The Boldt Co., Appleton, is general contractor on the project and several portions of the windmill were made by the Dutch company Verbij Design and Construction and were shipped to the site. The windmill is expected to be complete in July. The visitors’ center will be complete in November.
Appleton-based The Boldt Co. on June 7 will build the top portion of the Little Chute Windmill with help from Dutch-based Verbij Hoogmade BV and a 300-ton crane, according to a Boldt Co. news release.
Appleton-based The Boldt Co. is opening a new office in Green Bay, according to a Boldt Co. news release.
The Boldt Co. is confident it has plugged a loophole that let a former employee embezzle more than $600,000 from the contractor’s Oklahoma City office.