Boldt appoints human resources leader

APPLETON, WI, June 5, 2019–Holly Lifke has joined The Boldt Company as executive vice president of human resources.

In this role, Lifke will lead the company’s human resources strategy – overseeing talent management, succession planning, performance management, process development / improvement, training and development, organizational effectiveness, compensation and benefits and labor relations

She will also play a critical role as a member of the strategic planning team, helping shape the future of human resources to ensure its alignment with all organizational strategies.

Lifke comes to Boldt with more than 30 years of experience with firms such as FDIC and Anchor Foods. In 2000, she joined Society Insurance as the vice president of human resources and most recently served as the vice president of commercial underwriting for the company, leading a 115-person department responsible for risk management, approval and pricing.

“Holly’s extensive knowledge and insight will be invaluable in leading our human resource efforts companywide,” said Dave Kievet, chief operating officer. “Our greatest asset is our people. I am confident Holly’s expertise will strengthen our team and improve our ability to attract and retain the industry’s best talent.”

Lifke received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and business administration from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh.

About The Boldt Company
The Boldt Company (Boldt) is a leading professional construction services firm with customers across the United States and is a subsidiary of The Boldt Group. Founded in 1889, Boldt is a fourth-generation family and employee-owned firm headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin. Focused on innovation, continuous improvement, and Lean principles, Boldt is recognized as a pioneer in Lean construction and in the industrialized construction space. Boldt operates 18 offices across the U.S. that serve customers in healthcare, power, industrial, education, automotive and commercial markets.