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Salm Partners – production facility expansion

Boldt recently completed a significant two-phased expansion project for Salm Partners, one of the nation’s leading producers of precooked sausage. Phase 1 of the new construction project created a new 65,000 SF facility on a 20-acre greenfield site that expands production capacity and supplements Salm Partner’s existing plant in Denmark. It features a ready-to-eat sausage production line, blending capabilities and storage.

Boldt’s was able to stay ahead of the aggressive schedule and to meet Salm Partner’s needs. Boldt exceeded this goal by creating an environment that focused on teamwork and working toward goals that were collectively agreed upon early in the project. This commitment led to a project that was completed on-time, under budget, and generated savings that allowed the owner to reinvest additional value back into their business.

Phase 2 added an additional 90,000 SF. This phase includes installation of two additional sausage lines and equipment, and expanded dry and cold storage, and consists of additional office remodeling and build out to accommodate the new expansion and additional personnel.

Client
Salm Partners
Location
Denmark, Wisconsin
Architect/Engineer
Mead and Hunt, Phase 1; McMahon, Phase 2
Boldt Role
General Contractor
Project Type
New Construction / Expansion
Project Size
155,000 SF

Project Highlights

  • The Boldt team engaged with the Salm Management and Engineering Team in planning sessions to add constructability and Value Engineering input, focusing on what was needed to achieve the owner’s goals.
  • Boldt self-performed the carpentry, steel erection, equipment installation, masonry, studs and drywall.
  • Total savings generated on Phase 1 through Integrated Lean Project Delivery (ILPD) from Base Contract Value was $4.4 M.

CLIENT TESTIMIONAL

“When it came down to experience and truth and transparency, that was really what allowed us to put our trust in Boldt.”

– Ben Ruoff, Director of Engineering Salm Partners