Spotlight on Custom Steel Fabrication

Boulter’s versatility means convenience for our clients. We will work with you to deliver a finished product that is right for your company.

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#TBT: Rigging the Safari Bus at the Seneca Park Zoo Africa Exhibit

The Seneca Park Zoo contracted Boulter to install the safari bus for the 'Step Into Africa' Exhibit in 2012

Bridge Maintenance on the Union Street Overpass in Monroe County

Boulter’s crew has been onsite in the town of Chili removing the steel beams of the Union Street Bridge over I-90.

A Fresh New Website for 2016

With our new design, we wanted to provide our clients and potential customers with a user-friendly experience. It helps communicate our brand and our message in a more cohesive way.

Boulter Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Boulter's new videos showcase core services and the employees behind the work

Spotlight on Crating & Packaging

You've invested money into your products; don't settle for any means of transport. We know your products are top-notch quality... why not partner with the company that supports top-notch crating and packaging?

Heavy Lifting… Crane Work on a Crisp Autumn Day

There’s nothing Boulter enjoys more than lifting large, heavy objects. Since we have been in this business for over 120 years, we have learned a thing or two about the most efficient and safest ways to install machinery and equipment.

One Crane, Two Forklifts, and a 30,000 Pound Machine: Rigging the Boulter Way

There is a certain finesse required to complete a rigging job in the highest quality possible.  Manufacturing machines aren’t simple moves either: they’re bulky and oddly-shaped.  But those large, heavy machines are a huge investment to our clients; therefore, we take extra precautions to make sure the job is done correctly and with the highest caliber work … Continue reading One Crane, Two Forklifts, and a 30,000 Pound Machine: Rigging the Boulter Way

Our New Peterbilt: Allowing Us to Serve Our Clients Better

Nearly five months ago, we invested in a 2016 Peterbilt for light, everyday moving capability.  Although it is officially our “smallest” truck, it is by no means small.  The vehicle has a 24-foot long van body with a 103-inch inside height.  The Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) is 33,000. Not only does this truck have better … Continue reading Our New Peterbilt: Allowing Us to Serve Our Clients Better