Carl Bolander & Sons

The Minnesota Utility Contractors Association (MUCA) will be hosting its 4th Day of the Dozers event to benefit Children's Hospitals and Clinics on September 24, 2016 at the ERX Motor Park in Elk River. Last year over $30,000 was raised to sponsor an Infusion Room at the C.H.

Longtime AGC member David Bolander passed away February 22, 2015 at his home in Florida. Mr. Bolander was a passionate lover of the construction industry. He started working in his grandfather’s business, Carl Bolander & Sons Company, as a teenager.

Challenged by some extreme topographical conditions and tight, urban space while battling a hearty, Minnesota winter, RJM Construction and its sub-contractors are now making up for lost time to complete an addition for the Hmong College Prep Academy (HCPA), a popular and growing St.

The good news is that contractors across the country are enjoying historically low workers compensation insurance rates and relatively little loss of productivity from employee injuries. The bad news might be following closely behind if people aren’t careful.

As the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) quickly moves forward with plans to build a new bridge to replace the structure that suddenly plunged into the Mississippi River in August, it is now painstakingly removing the collapsed bridge piece by piece.

The recovery work that St. Paul, Minn., specialty contractor Carl Bolander & Sons Co. is doing to remove debris from the site of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis is typical of the type of emergency response tasks that demolition contractors are capable of, said the executive director of the National Demolition Association.

Carl Bolander & Sons Co. will be helping to clean up the debris of the I-35W bridge collapse after being awarded a $15 million contract by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT). Company officials were unavailable for comment, but Kevin Gutknecht, a spokesman of Mn/DOT, said the cleanup will continue as a search for the cause continues.