Release Date: February 18, 2014
Geoffrey Nelson Joins Boldt’s Western Operations as Director of Business Development
The Boldt Company announces the addition of Geoffrey Nelson as director of business development for Boldt’s western operations group, which has California offices in Sacramento, San Francisco and Glendale. Nelson will draw on his extensive experience while working with Boldt customers and pursuing strategic opportunities for the firm in the western U.S.
Prior to his position at Boldt, Nelson was director of enterprise development at California Pacific Medical Center, a project manager for Marchese Company and a city planner with San Francisco’s planning department.
A unique blend of construction, land use, planning, architecture and community development experience combine well to assist Nelson in his new role. “I look forward to building strong relationships with new and existing Boldt clients, while also using my technical background to connect organizations’needs with Boldt resources to help them reach their goals,”said Nelson. “I am excited to contribute to the continued growth of Boldt’s western operations as we use innovative thinking and a value-based project approach to serve the construction needs of clients in a wide range of industries.”
Nelson holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture and fine arts from Rhode Island School of Design and a master’s degree in urban design from Harvard University. Nelson is a member of the American Planning Association, the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association and the Sequoia Natural History Association.
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The Boldt Company, headquartered in Wisconsin, has 14 offices throughout the United States. The firm provides professional construction services to customers in a variety of power, industrial, healthcare, education, commercial and renewable energy markets nationwide. The firm has been recognized as one of the safest companies in America. Boldt was founded in 1889 and is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2014.