The Boldt Company is a fourth-generation, family-run construction firm that focuses on sustainable construction services. It offers strategic planning, program and design management, consulting and technical services, and maintenance. The company has worked on sports facilities, churches, schools and universities, hotels, power plants, wind farms, manufacturing plants, and hospitals. Boldt operates from a dozen offices in California, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The company traces its roots to 1889, when Martin Boldt established a carpentry shop in Appleton, Wisconsin. It has since grown to be one of the state’s largest general contractors. Mission: We value honesty, integrity, hard work and the love of construction.
5660 Katella Ave, Suite 250, Cypress, CA 90630
Climate disasters. Tightening regulations. A global eye on green building. Today, sustainable construction needs to not only reduce your carbon footprint, but ready your company for the future—where carbon neutrality is the norm and eco-friendly construction is the measure of good corporate citizenship. We work to support our clients’ sustainability objectives, incorporating our sustainable building expertise into how we construct the building, as well as its design. From high-efficiency building systems to green roofs, renewable energy sources, construction waste recycling and more, our future-focused approach helps you realize green goals and operational efficiency. Green building construction isn’t just a service we offer, or even a company wide commitment, it’s just how we build. From paperless jobsites to our construction waste recycling programs that prevent millions of tons of waste from entering our landfills, Boldt is helping set new standards in sustainable building practices. Whatever your goals, from operational energy savings to Net Zero, count on Boldt’s sustainable construction expertise to help you meet them. We believe you can’t build sustainably without being sustainable. Among eco-friendly construction companies, Boldt brings a collaborative, problem-solving, partnership-oriented approach to building.