APPLETON, Wisconsin — The Boldt Co. was recently awarded two 2019 BUILD Wisconsin awards from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin. The entries were judged on sustainable practices, craftsmanship, innovation in construction and meeting difficult challenges.

The company received the Environmental Excellence Award for its work at Aurora Medical Center – Bay Area, Marinette.

The 335,000 square foot hospital, medical office building and cancer center, located on a 92-acre green field, site was honored for its Integrated Lean Project Delivery® (ILPD) approach in partnership with the owner and the architect, CannonDesign. The project was delivered on time and under budget. More than $16 million was spent locally, and more than 3.2 million pounds of material were recycled, according to the company.

Boldt also received the Commercial Projects, New Construction Award for Carthage College Tower Residence Hall, Kenosha, Wisconsin.

The nine-story, 50,000 square foot residence hall features suite-style housing for up to 126 students, two floors dedicated to shared common spaces and an outdoor terrace with patio seating, grass courtyards and sand volleyball court. Unique craftsmanship includes exposed concrete surfaces and a custom wood slat ceiling and wall. The project team ensured the protection of the active campus community throughout construction, the company reports.

“We are thankful to be recognized by the AGC of Wisconsin,” Dave Kievet, Boldt’s chief operating officer, said. “These awards are a powerful testament to the hard work, dedication and skill of our people and industry collaborators. It is a great honor to be acknowledged alongside the many leaders in our industry who invest tremendous integrity, hard work, ingenuity and commitment into each project.”

Boldt will be honored at the AGC BUILD Wisconsin awards banquet on Oct. 17 at The Edgewater Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin.

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