Advocate Aurora’s 16-bed Grafton expansion was fully built off-site to cut months off construction timeline

First health care project in Wisconsin to use full volumetric modular construction method

Advocate Aurora's 16-bed addition to its Grafton health care facility. Boldt built the facility using modular construction, which quickened the construction schedule.
Advocate Aurora's 16-bed addition to its Grafton health care facility. Boldt built the facility using modular construction, which quickened the construction schedule.

When Advocate Aurora Health opens its new 16-bed addition at its Grafton medical center, it will be the first building in Wisconsin that was fully built using a method called modular construction. The Grafton facility is among Appleton-based The Boldt Co.’s first health care projects to use what it calls full volumetric modularization. In other words,

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