Release Date: September 27, 2010

The Boldt Company awarded $27.5 million in Oklahoma education projects

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE--The Boldt Company announces it has been awarded more than $27.5 million in K-12 educational projects in the Oklahoma market. The firm operates a divisional office in Oklahoma City and is headquartered in Wisconsin.

The Moore Independent School District has named Boldt the Construction Manager at Risk for the Performing Arts Center for Moore High School. The project value is more than $11.5 million. This is the 5th facility that Boldt will construct for the district, including the new South Moore High School, the South Moore Sports complex, and two Moore Elementary Schools.

The Western Heights School District in Oklahoma City has awarded Boldt the contract for the new Middle School. Boldt will serve as the General Contractor for the project valued at $16,205,000.

Bartlesville Public Schools has named Boldt the Construction Manager at Risk for the construction of the new Wilson Elementary. This is the 7th contract awarded to Boldt by the School District and is valued at $1,307,547. Other Projects for which Boldt has provided construction manager services include additions and renovations to Ranch Heights Elementary School and Wayside Elementary School, Additions to Bartlesville Mid-High, a new Football Locker room, ADA Renovation of the Football Stadium and Multi-Purpose Facility for Bartlesville High School.

"Boldt has a history of delivering high quality, affordable construction for the education sector in Oklahoma," said Clay Cockrill, business development manager for The Boldt Company. "We are excited to be part of building the future of our communities."

The Boldt Company provides construction, technical and consulting services to customers in a variety of business sectors including power, healthcare, industrial, institutional, commercial and renewable energy markets nationwide. Boldt is among the top-ranked firms of its kind in the nation and has 12 offices throughout the United States.