The turbine blades at the state’s largest wind farm are whirling. We Energies said Tuesday the Glacier Hills Wind Park in Columbia County has been placed into commercial service.
Published: August 26, 2011
Tags: AGC, Associated General Contractors of America, Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dan Burazin, Department of Labor, fatalities, Ken Simonson, recession, safety, Schilleman, The Boldt Co., work place safety
The recession saved lives in the construction industry.
Installing a modern fire suppression system in the historic Grand Opera House in Oshkosh was like trying to hide in plain sight.
By James Briggs When Gov. Scott Walker axed a biomass boiler from a planned $251 million renovation of Madison’s Charter Street Heating Plant, the governor announced savings of $100 million for taxpayers. That number is wrong, said John Harrod Jr., the University of Wisconsin-Madison physical plant director who is in charge of the Charter Street [...]
By James Briggs Wisconsin’s construction market is on uneven ground right now, where some companies are finding opportunities to grow, while others are standing still or slipping back. Showing promise is The Boldt Co., Appleton, which increased its Madison office space and added two employees of late. The company has secured several major University of [...]
Published: November 15, 2010
Tags: Appleton, Boldt, Charter Street Heating Plant, Charter Street power plant, Gordon Hintz, Madison, Niesen, Scott Walker, Sierra Club, The Boldt Co., Werwie, Wisconsin Building Commission, Wisconsin Department of Administration
By James Briggs If Gov.-elect Scott Walker wants to radically redraw plans to convert a Madison power plant, the contractor behind the project would sure like to know what the changes entail. The Boldt Co., Appleton, is waiting for clarification on what Walker meant last week when he requested in a letter to the state [...]
Green Innovator of the Year L&W Supply Corp.
By Marie Rohde A construction boom in Eau Claire that caught national attention could mark only a temporary boost before the city falls back to the pack of struggling markets. The central Wisconsin city recorded a 19 percent increase in construction jobs in August from the year-ago month, the second-largest increase in the country, according [...]
MADISON-The Department of Administration on Monday announced that it will proceed to negotiate a contract with The Boldt Co., Appleton, and AMEC, United Kingdom, to engineer and construct the Charter Street Heating Plant rebuild project on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, according to a press release from Gov. Jim Doyle’s office. Following approvals by the [...]