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Upcoming Events

  • LCI Congress

    Did you know projects with high Lean Intensity are three times more likely to complete ahead of schedule and two times more likely to complete under budget? Join us at the 21st annual LCI Congress, October 14-18, in Fort Worth, Texas to learn how you can implement Lean practices into your business!
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  • Healthcare Design Expo + Conference

    Join our Central Operations group president, Jeff Niesen, on November 5 in New Orleans, LA as he discusses the collaborative partnership with the Integrated Lean Project Delivery® team behind the successful delivery of 15 new Advocate Outpatient Centers in the Chicagoland region. Jeff will co-present Advocate Health Care VP of Facilities, Design and Construction, Scott Nelson, and HDR Alternate Delivery Director, Mike Doiel.   Read More

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In the News

The Milwaukee Business Journal recently sat down with Jeff Niesen, group president of central operations, and other Milwaukee-area design-build firms to discuss the benefits of the approach and its use in the private sector.

Boldt was recently awarded a project to build a large shrine to Oklahoma’s native son, Blessed Stanley Rother. This is a unique opportunity since this project will be the final resting place for a future saint.

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Current Project Updates

    Sutter Heath Van Ness and Geary Campus

    Sutter Heath Van Ness and Geary Campus

    This 13-story, 274 bed acute care hospital is being built in a spirit of innovative collaboration that embraces a Lean culture. Centrally located in San Francisco, the hospital will include specialized and advanced care, along with emergency care among its state-of-the-art services.
     

    Click here to see the progress on this project.

    Click here to the Sutter Health Van Ness and Geary project profile.

    Bay Area Medical Center Replacement

    Bay Area Medical Center Replacement

    Marinette County expects a brand-new, $135 million Bay Area Medical Center (BAMC) to be built in a new location. Right now the hospital sits along the Bay of Green Bay and just two miles away Boldt begins the new hospital project. 

    The original building dates back to 1939. After adding advanced cancer treatment, women’s services and more officials say adding on more to an aging structure didn’t make financial sense. The new hospital will fulfill the demand of a greatly needed outpatient surgery center. Medical personnel and equipment are expected to be all moved into the new facility by 2018. 

    Click here to see the progress on this project.

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