Location: Maineville, OH Cost: $421,300 Schedule: 12 weeks Architect / Engineer: .Bloomfield / Schoen Services: Concrete repairs The Peters Cartridge Company was a gunpowder and ammunition production company based out of Kings Mills, Ohio. Their facilities, which can be seen from the Little Miami Bike Trail, were built in 1916 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. In early 2019, the site was deemed safe for redevelopment and WLWT reported on plans to turn it into a brewery. SSRG performed comprehensive concrete repairs as part of the early stages of preparing it for its next life. Check out another local brewery that worked with SSRG. The 24,000-square-foot former factory has expanses of large windows, and due the industrial and flammable nature of its original use, much of the window structure is concrete, as opposed to carpentry trim. Approximately 88 of the windows required extensive repairs—both structural and aesthetic. Explore another recent job requiring more than 1,000 window repairs. The job required an average daily crew of eight people. Repairs included concrete repairs to the windows, the window headers, and the window sills. The crews also worked to restore the concrete frame of the windows. Approximately 64,000 pounds of bag mix material were mixed/installed by hand.