Employee Spotlight: Brittany Arsenault

In the ever-changing world of marketing, it is imperative for companies to keep abreast of the latest advances in technology, software, and methodologies. So how does a business stay on top of this dynamic landscape? You hire an in-house marketing specialist. Marketing Guru by Trade Native to upstate New York, Brittany remained close to her … Continue reading Employee Spotlight: Brittany Arsenault

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Nothing to Sniff At: Installing a new scale system at a wastewater treatment facility in record time

A weights and measures contractor came to us looking for assistance with steel fabrication and installation for a new scale system at the Frank E. VanLare Wastewater Treatment Facility. They needed four steel beams, each of which weighed 800 pounds, installed to the side of an existing storage tank. Underneath each of the beams, Boulter … Continue reading Nothing to Sniff At: Installing a new scale system at a wastewater treatment facility in record time

The Road to BoulterFest–Looking Back on a Year of Celebration

At Boulter, we tend to go big with everything we do. It’s something our clients, partners and community notice quickly when talking with us. We bring the biggest and best equipment, team and resources to every job, and we pride ourselves in noticing, tracking and fixing even the smallest issues during a rigging or steel … Continue reading The Road to BoulterFest–Looking Back on a Year of Celebration

Celebrating 125 Years Moving Industry Forward – An Interview with William S. Boulter

What makes a company successful for 125 years? If you are Boulter Industrial Contractors, it’s the employees and their commitment to gold-star service. Boulter’s President & CEO, William S. Boulter, says his employees motivate and inspire him every day because he knows they love what they do and are working hard to ensure the job … Continue reading Celebrating 125 Years Moving Industry Forward – An Interview with William S. Boulter

Employee Spotlight: Fred O’Neil

Your nerves tingle. Blood rushes throughout your body, pulsing loudly in your temples. Forcing your head back against the headrest of your 1997 Camaro, you clear your mind and embrace the rush. You look over and type numbers into the delay box next to you. You wrap your hands around the steering wheel and slowly … Continue reading Employee Spotlight: Fred O’Neil

Employee Spotlight: Our First Intern

There’s a lot of buzz going on at Boulter this year ꟷ we’re celebrating our upcoming 125th anniversary, working to beat the 101,000 man hours logged in 2016 and making big moves with our first intern in the company’s history! New Kid on the Block: Meet Taylor! Taylor Valentino, of Spencerport, NY, is a rising … Continue reading Employee Spotlight: Our First Intern

Highlights from SC&RA Annual Conference 2017

We recently had the opportunity to attend the 2017 Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) Annual Conference, joining 750 other participants from across the globe to meet, learn and celebrate our industry. The SC&RA helps members do businesses safer and more efficiently, by monitoring and affecting pending legislation and regulatory policies at the state and national … Continue reading Highlights from SC&RA Annual Conference 2017

A quick look back and focus forward

Last month, the Boulter team gathered for the second annual “State of Boulter” discussion. The term discussion here is important, because unlike the “State of the Union,” this isn’t an address from me to the company. This important event is a forum to facilitate discussion about how we as a company are doing, ensuring the whole … Continue reading A quick look back and focus forward

No Boiler Too Complex for Boulter

A mechanical contractor came to us looking for assistance with a boiler replacement job, complete with new catwalks, rails and access ladders, for Rochester District Heating. Boiler replacements are typically complex projects, but this particular project was especially challenging since we were working against aggressive time constraints and the project had multiple components. Our customer’s goal … Continue reading No Boiler Too Complex for Boulter