Maribeth Achterberg is The Boldt Co.’s new chief information officer and a member of the firm’s executive team.
A total of 64 applicants made entries to AIA Wisconsin's Design Awards program.
The Boldt Company have 132 employees across the country who are designated for the Question, Persuade and Refer suicide prevention program.
Address: 2121 E. Capitol Drive, Appleton Size: 44,000 square feet Start Month: June 2022 Completion: Move-in date November 2022 Owner: The Boldt Co. General contractor: Boldt Lead architect: Boldt Significance: […]
The Boldt Co. has completed its new headquarters in Appleton.
Ripon College will have its own on-campus stadium with the new Red Hawks Stadium.
Ripon College announced a $35 million strategic infrastructure plan to expand its science center and build a new stadium.
ON THE LEVEL: Boldt’s Huggett talks about job opportunities, technology, direction of the construction industry
John Huggett, who was recently promoted to vice president of central operations at The Boldt Co., said the firm is casting a wide net for construction candidates during Careers in Construction month.
John Huggett has been promoted to vice president of Central Operations at Boldt.
A construction company that started its own suicide prevention and mental health awareness program obtained proclamations from Milwaukee County and the city for construction industry suicide prevention.
In the male-dominated construction industry, a heavy stigma still attaches to issues involving mental health and efforts to prevent suicide.
The Boldt Co. has won several awards from national organizations recognizing recent construction projects.
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