About

 

Our Leadership

Robert Boller grew up in construction, his first job was working for Jenkins & Boller, his father’s company. In 1978, Robert Boller, opened Boller Construction Company in Gurnee, Illinois. Under Robert’s leadership, Boller Construction Company has grown into the go to school contractor in the State of Illinois. Robert is a leader in the construction industry, serving as president of Lake County Contractors Association in 1990-1991 and Entrepreneur of the Year in 1996.
As CEO, Robert is responsible for the overall business strategy and standards that effect customers, consultants, trade contractors and employees.


Lyle joined Boller Construction in 1993 working his way up from estimator/project manager to President and now as CFO. As Chief Financial Officer, Lyle provides the guidance and infrastructure development to allow Boller Construction to grow and prosper. He is responsible for the collection of job cost data and effective use of it in the estimating process. Lyle has considerable experience in project estimating, purchasing, design build services and project management. His previous experience as President and two term Lake County Contractors Association President brings a wealth of knowledge to his services. Lyle is a strong believer in a consensus building management system. As a registered professional engineer, Lyle brings an appreciation of the design principles to a project and often advocates for the architect and owner in the project delivery process.
Active in the construction community and industry he has volunteered for legislative, education, safety and labor management activities for over 40 years. His belief in collaboration with other groups, associations, competitors have formed a foundation for a focus on results through strength in numbers.


Joshua joined Boller Construction, after graduating from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Joshua says, “I have worked at Boller Construction my whole life. I can tell many stories about how I used to come to work with my father. In the summers I would work out on the jobsites. These experiences really taught me an enormous amount of information about the business which helped me prepare for where I am now.” Since then, Joshua has worked his way up from Estimating to Project Management to becoming President of Boller Construction. As President, Joshua oversees the day to day functions of the company and steers the Company to meet the goals set forth by the Board of Directors. Right now Boller has diversified with the type of services to meet a growing demand in the industry. Boller has always ventured into these markets but wanted to add some expertise and hire key individuals to manage these areas so the quality of work was not diminished. Joshua serves on the Board of Governors and The Board of Directors for the Lake County Contractors Association and serves on the Fox Valley Cement Masons Board of Trustees for the Health and Welfare and the Lake County Cement Masons Board of Trustees for Pension. With Joshua’s leadership, forward-thinking ideas, and ethical approach, Boller Construction is poised to continue its excellence in strong relationships with its customers and history of providing quality construction.


Steven joined Boller Construction in 2012 and currently heads the water and waste water treatment division.  Steve’s experience has led to completion of over 500 water treatment facilities.  Also experienced in complex projects including power generation and co-generation projects.   Project experience Includes: Wheaton Sanitary Dist., North Shore Sanitary District, Illinois American Water Co, City of Elmhurst WWF, Downers Grove Sanitary Dist., Village of Rosemont Reservoir, Wood Stock WWF, Village of Bartlett WWF, Lake County WWTF System, Long Grove New Water System, Village of Huntley WWWF, Gilberts WWWF, Des Plaines River WRF, Digester 2 Improvements, Fluoride Facility refurbishment, Clearwell underdrain, Village of Bartlett pump station, Stagg H.S. stormwater lift station, Oswego-clarifiers, Dean Foods, Downers Grove WWTP, Addison WWTP upgrades, and Winnetka WWTP