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SSRG would not be the company it is today without its incredible staff. Each month we highlight one member from our team with a Q&A session. This month, get to know one of our Superintendents, Josh Armstrong. Josh has been with SSRG for a total of 7 years, and works with the Concrete Division.

What is your personal philosophy?

Always act from personal power, take responsibility for the world you live in, strive to always stretch and challenge yourself, and last but not least, always act from personal integrity.

What is your favorite aspect (so far) of working at SSRG?

The diverse work.  I’m a lucky one—I’ve gotten opportunities to learn and do so many different things at this company.  I’ve also gotten to travel and do some pretty cool jobs. I’ve worked at mines and even historic restoration buildings.

What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t doing this?

Honestly, I don’t know. I really enjoy construction.  Maybe I would have started my own construction business.

Tell us something that might surprise us about you.

I really enjoy golfing and have actually played at couple top notch courses that Jack Nicklaus had built in South Carolina.

Fill in the blank: I once met…

Champ Bailey, who happens to be my favorite Denver Broncos player of all time.  I met him at function in Colorado.  He is getting inducted to Hall of Fame this year.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

I would really like to learn to work on cars a lot more in depth.  I hate giving people money, when I could learn and do it myself.

What’st he first thing you do when you get home from work?

Say hi to the family, and then whatever my wife needs help with to get everybody ready to sit down for dinner.  Unless the grass is ready…then I would cut it first.

If you had to eat one meal, every day, for the rest of your life, what would it be? 

The perfect meal would be a porter house steak, spicy shrimp scampi, twice baked potato and salad.  Yep, I could do that everyday.

What would be the title of your autobiography?

Life is not easy.