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Boldt opens Southern California office

Boldt opens Southern California office

Location is Boldt’s third in the state, will expand firm’s established presence on the west coast.

By Boldt Company | July 26, 2013
Boldts construction site for Sutter Healths Womens and Childrens Center in S
Boldts construction site for Sutter Healths Womens and Childrens Center in Sacramento.

The Boldt Company is proud to announce its opening of a Southern California office. Located in Glendale, the firm’s newest office expands the company’s established presence as a professional construction services provider and expert in its Integrated Lean Project Delivery® process and Lean management techniques on the west coast.

Through this office, Boldt will continue to serve its existing and new customers across a diverse set of healthcare, industrial, commercial, higher education and other business sectors.

“Our new Southern California office will be important to our ongoing growth in not only the state, but nationwide,” said Dave Kievet, group president of Boldt’s western operations business unit. “Most importantly though, this office will benefit our customers, as it will give us another location within our national network from which to serve clients on a local level.”

Boldt’s new office in Glendale is the firm’s third in the state, joining its other California offices in Sacramento and San Francisco. Nationally, the firm has 15 offices—headquartered in Wisconsin—from which it has completed projects in all 50 states and several foreign countries.

The Boldt Company, The Boldt Company, headquartered in Wisconsin, has 15 offices throughout the United States and is one of the leading sustainable construction services firms in the country. The firm provides professional construction services to customers in a variety of power, industrial, education, healthcare, commercial and renewable energy markets nationwide. The firm has been recognized as one of the safest companies in America.

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