On August 25, 2017, the Rochester Business Journal highlighted William S. Boulter in their weekly “Profile” column. The article tells the story of Boulter Industrial Contractors from a unique perspective. From its 125-year history, to the family-first culture, to the work ethic, the article captures how the services, culture, family and history all work together to define Boulter. Thanks to Velvet Spicer and the RBJ team for this must read! Turn to Page 4 to read on!
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 […]
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 […]
On August 6, 2017, the Democrat & Chronicle highlighted Boulter’s services and the evolution of the company through five generations of Boulter leadership. In building a rapport with the general consumer and lay reader audience of the D&C, the article worked to relate Boulter’s complex industrial moves to companies and projects familiar to the Rochester community. A big thank you to author Alan Morrell and the D&C team!