Founded during the depths of the Great Depression, Ebert Boson began his own building company. Set on a foundation of hard, honest work, he built his first project. The year was 1932.
Today, The Boson Company is a full service construction management and general construction company working throughout Wisconsin and the upper Midwest.The Boson Company is a trusted advisor to our clients - seeking to build, renovate and expand their facilities. We are 100% client driven. We will find innovative solutions.
Boson is known for our superior planning, so your project will be flawlessly executed. We distinguish ourselves by focusing on collaboration. We build a team atmosphere where our experts can guide you through the technicalities of planning, scheduling, cost analysis, safety, and the best ways to deliver your project in the field.
We are problem solvers. We anticipate. We are efficient. And those qualities help us save you time and money, which is why owners pick Boson again and again. Collaboration is the key to successful projects. Boson's Collaborate|Construct approach makes the critical difference.
In a very competitive and often volatile construction industry, The Boson Company has maintained an enduring presence. Since the beginning, we have kept pace with the latest management techniques and computer systems, assuring skilled estimating and project management. The Company has grown in capacity and ability to assist you with the construction management of any commercial, industrial, worship, medical, or corporate project you may be planning.
What We Do
Products and Services
Blue Book Network Classifications
Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
Commercial Construction Project Specializations
Associations & Memberships
AGC (Associated General Contractors)
AGC of Wisconsin
Associated Builders and ContractorsABC
Associated Builders and ContractorsMinnesota-North Dakota Chapter
Associated Builders and ContractorsWisconsin Chapter
NACDB (National Assn. of Church Design Builders)
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