Our founder

Bringing construction expertise to everyone.
  • 1982GRC Founded and Incorporated
  • Providing economical restoration services for Historic structures throughout the Midwest
  • General Restoration Corporation employs only skilled craftsman in a variety of trades. This enables GRC to complete 90-95% of its work without using subcontractors
  • 2013 - Finished restoring the exterior of Butler University's Hinkle Fieldhouse which included all new windows

History

     Historic buildings are more than entities unto themselves, they are a presence in our communities and a reminder of our heritage. These buildings were constructed in another time, with a higher degree of craftsmanship than is often economically feasible today.


     It is only through continued commitment to restoration that are heritage will be maintained. General Restoration Corporation believes in respecting what can never again be, by preserving and restoring these time honored monuments of our American heritage.


Historical Projects

mission

We live, eat & breathe historical restoration in all its forms, restoring Churches, Courthouses, Libraries, University Buildings and Historical Monuments.

results

We know that your reputation is only as good as the results of your last job. That's why we pride ourselves on a results-oriented approach.

methodology

At General Restoration Corporation, we've taken our collective experience to create our own methodology to keep our projects on track and under budget.

CABELL cOUNTY cOURThOUSE HUNTINGTON, wEST VIRGINA

Stone replacement, stone honing, stone patching, painting & tuckpointing

guernsey county courthouse cambridge, ohio

Metal restoration, painting, EPDM roofing, slate replacement, stone replacement, cleaning & tuckpointing

st. marys catholic church  Marietta, ohio

Brick arch structural repairs, ornamental copper replacement, EPDM roofing, Gold leaf cross repairs & stained glass window repairs

train depot mt. Vernon,  ohio

Restored the Ludowici tile roof and installed new copper gutters and valleys. Depot now used as a City information center.