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The pay-off from all the hard work.

There is great satisfaction in knowing you’ve done your job well and served your clients’ interests. It gives us particular satisfaction when our clients take the time to acknowledge their satisfaction by providing SSRG with their client testimonials.


Throughout the entire project, SSRG exceeded our expectations. They were initially chosen because of their experience in working with specialty scope and projects like our patio paver/roof project. Macy’s has worked with SSRG on previous projects and we knew that you had staff and management capabilities to get the job done. There was absolutely no pause in considering SSRG for the bid list.

The work was professionally scheduled and the approved scope was implemented per plan and specifications. Field conditions and change orders were professionally managed to Macy’s and THP. The Project Manager/Project Engineer conducted the weekly owner meetings and always had the schedule updated with current status and an open/honest forecast of the look-ahead schedule, (complicated by the rain). The SSRG field team worked very well with the Macy’s LP and Maintenance teams to ensure that building access protocol was maintained.

Star awards should go to the entire Project Team for their professional attitude and management of the project.

– Randy Fiala, Director of Field Project  Macy’s, Inc.


Louisville Water Company was presented with the 2011 Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Preservation Project Award from the Kentucky Heritage Council for the company’s work in restoring its original Pumping Station. The Preservation Project Award recognizes outstanding examples of restoration or rehabilitation of historic buildings, or other types of projects that have had a positive impact on Kentucky’s historic structures. This award would not have been possible without SSRG’s involvement and expertise and I want to thank you and everyone involved.

The restoration involved a range of activities, including installation of a new slate roof, removing layers of exterior paint from a variety of surfaces and then repainting the building white to reflect the Classical Revival Style. Some of the more meticulous work included restoring and cleaning the building’s original elements, such as the masonry facade with the challenge of working with several brick variations common to that period of manufacture, wood soffits, as well as cast iron and terra cotta decorations. There are 480 hand-crafted modillions and capitals on the Pumping Station, most made of terra cotta, which were cleaned, repaired and in some cases recast. Your team has done an outstanding job and I am amazed with their unique skills and talent.

Thanks again to you and your entire crew for working with us to successfully complete our project (in time for our 150th Anniversary celebration) and preserving this national historical landmark for future generations to enjoy.

– Greg Hertzmen, President/CEO
Louisville Water Company


I wanted to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for all of SSRG’s efforts on our restoration project here at Cincinnati Museum Center. The outcome of these historic areas of the building is beyond words.

As an active participant in this project, I had the good fortune of working alongside of your team while they pulled it all together. As with any true restoration project, we had our fair share of surprises. In all cases, your teams took the necessary steps and time to get it done right!

As we look at the final product by those involved, SSRG stands out. We are hopeful that these spectacular historic new spaces will serve the Cincinnati Museum Center and its clients for years to come. Thanks again for all of your efforts!

– Steve Terheiden, Sr. Director of Facility Operations
Cincinnati Museum Center


Commonweath Heritage Group (formerly John Milner Associates, Inc.) worked with Structural Systems Repair Group, Inc. (SSRG) to successfully complete the repair and replacement of windows at the old Kentucky Statehouse in Frankfort, Kentucky, which was undertaken by the state’s Division of Historic Properties. The work included paint removal and repairs to historic wood window frames, replacement of non-historic wood window sash with new wood sash and period-appropriate glass to match historic prototypes, repair of historic stone masonry, interior and exterior painting, and installation of new low-profile storm windows.

JMA was the historic preservation architect for the project, which demanded skill and sensitivity to the treatment of historic materials and their repair, high quality millwork for replacement sash, and excellent project management to assure continuation of critical security and interior temperature and humidity parameters for this museum facility, as well as maintaining public access throughout construction.

We were impressed by SSRG’s depth of experience with historic structures and pleased with the overall quality of the work.  An important element in the successful outcome of the project was the cooperative working relationship that was developed by and with Steven Royalty and others at SSRG. This was manifested in clear and timely communications, a well-managed submittal review process, and adherence to the project schedule.

We value our relationship with SSRG and look forward to working together with them on future projects.

– Charles S. Raith, AIA Principal
Commonwealth Heritage Group

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