Over the years, Belmark has been a loyal customer to The Boldt Company. They have continually hired Boldt to design and construct multi-phase additions for the manufacturing and warehouse facilities.
Phase one of the project was a $1.2 million renovation to an existing building that was purchased from an adjacent property. Included with this renovation was the reconstruction of the parking lot between plants three and five. Work included light poles, storm sewers, retaining walls and loading dock slabs at a cost of $650,000. Updates were made to the interior office, production and warehouse spaces to create an entirely new plant.
The 23,000 sq. ft. warehouse addition included redoing the shipping/receiving area, loading docks, new maintenance/office shop and constructing an explosion rated chemical storage room. This phase of the project was completed on time and on budget at $2 million.
Boldt’s project team excavated and installed a new parking lot budgeted at $600,000. Additional scope for the parking lot included installation of light poles and storm sewers.
A new 21,000 sq. ft. production space was required due to Belmark’s increased production. The expansion consisted of three machines that make flexible packaging. This final $1.9 million phase of the project included: excavation, backfill, asphalt paving, demolition, concrete, precast, masonry, structural steel, carpentry, roofing, doors and hardware, overhead doors, floor finishes, painting, specialties, loading dock equipment, fire protection, plumbing, HVAC and electrical.