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The Boldt Company

Professional construction, technical and real estate solutions.

Appleton, WI







Founded year


Real Estate & Construction


Mission & purpose

Since 1889, we’ve stayed true to what Martin Boldt first set out to be—an honest and reliable contractor. Hard work, an innovative spirit and a commitment to our values have helped us grow into one of the largest professional construction services firms in the United States. Today, we’re a fourth-generation family- and employee-owned company with a home base in Appleton, Wisconsin and offices throughout the country. At Boldt, we don’t bow to convention. You deserve better than that. That’s why we’re constantly striving to improve, to bring greater value to our customers. We’ve built a culture that pushes the boundaries of innovation. A culture that empowers our people to think big. To explore the unprecedented. All users must comply with LinkedIn’s Terms of Use and the community rules outlined below. Do not share comments, content and photos that are: • Commercial or self-promotional • Indecent or abusive • False or misleading (including the impersonation of other people) • Spam, link-bait or repetitive • Harassing, threatening or attacking • Slanderous, libelous or defamatory • In violation or infringement of third-party intellectual property, contract or other rights • In violation of applicable laws, rules, or regulations • Software viruses or any other malicious code The Boldt Company reserves the right to remove any content, comments or photos that violate these community rules. If someone violates any of the rules, The Boldt Company reserves the right to block that individual user temporarily or permanently. Nothing within these guidelines is intended to unlawfully restrict any of the rights guaranteed by Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act, including but not limited to those protecting the right to engage in concerted protected activity. Nothing within these guidelines will be interpreted, applied, or enforced to interfere with, restrain, or coerce the exercise of such rights.