St. Louis Park, MN
568 pile at 60’ deep
7” OD steel pipe pile
General Contractor – Frana Companies
The Landings at Wayzata
400+ piles @ 100’-125’ deep
7” OD steel pipe piles
General Contractor – Adolfson & Peterson Construction
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L.H. Bolduc specializes in driven piles (steel, timber and H-beam) and earth retention systems (steel sheeting and H-Beam and lagging).
A Driven Pile is a Tested Pile
L.H. BOLDUC CO., INC.
According to the International Union of Piledrivers, the L.H Bolduc Co., is the oldest "piledriving company" in the US. Founded in 1879, Bolduc is celebrating 137 years in the piledriving industry. Bolduc firmly believes in the motto "a driven pile is a tested pile" as coined by the Piledriving Contractors Association (PDCA) and has chosen to remain true to this deep foundation method as well as driven steel sheet piling, H-pile and timber lagging earth retention systems.
While working in upper midwest region over these many decades, Bolduc has become a trusted and reliable contractor to provide sound, cost effective and efficient foundation results. Our work is with the private and public owners, developers and general contractors.
From the first crews to the present, our people are the most experienced and best at what we do.
LH Bolduc's biggest asset: Experienced individuals that take pride in their trade
Minnesota Waste Water Treatment Plant, St. Paul, MN - 166,000 LF of 12” pipe piles.
Omaha Convention Center - 3400 piles, 160,000 LF of 9” pipe piles.
Omaha World Herold Newspaper - 2400 piles 96,000 LF of 9” pipe piles.
Former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson Private Residence
Franciscan Skempf / Mayo Clinic Hospital LaCrosse, WI - 25,000 S.F. of Steel Sheeting.
Medicine Lake, Plymouth, MN Boardwalk - timber piling
The L.H. Bolduc Co., Inc. started in 1879 in Minneapolis, MN. It has been recognized as America’s oldest pure pile driving company by the Piledrivers Local Union 1847.
In 1970 the company moved to Anoka, Minnesota. L.H. Bolduc Company has completed over 3000 jobs in its history.
Pile Driving Since 1879
L.H. Bolduc works in the upper Midwest States from Minnesota to Nebraska, Wisconsin to the Dakotas.