From the Toledo Blade:

The new locker room in the Huskisson Athletic Center was filled with excited students, community members, and Perrysburg School District employees, but nobody was as excited as head football coach Matt Kregel.

“People have been asking me ‘Are you ready? Are you ready?’” the coach said at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new athletic facility for Perrysburg High School. “I’ve been ready since last August. I don’t know if I’m going to be able to sleep tonight.”

For the story:  Toledo Blade

Saint Joan of Arc Church Renovation continues.

We are taking advantage of the warmer temperatures and getting as much as we can finished outside while the weather holds out.  As you can see from the photos below, the interior of the church is complete with a new altar, wood plank ceiling, and choir area.  We’re working on the both entrances, letting all that natural light in.


Final interior punchlist items and we are just about finished the the Perrysburg Athletic Complex (now known at the Huskisson Athletic Center).  The epoxy floors are poured, the lockers are installed, and the weight room equipment has been delivered and set up.  There is some final paint touch ups and and drywall nicks that need repaired, but those should be completed shortly.

Please see below the pictures from the most recent walk through

From the Herald-Star

STEUBENVILLE — City Engineer Michael Dolak said the northbound right lane of Lovers Lane will be closed to all traffic from Princeton Road to Sunset Boulevard starting Monday.

Dolak said the lane closure is needed for the construction of a new concrete sidewalk along Lovers Lane and Sunset Boulevard.

“We are advising motorists to allow extra time for their travel and to drive slowly through the work zone. The work should last approximately five days,” said Dolak.

The work is part of the Convenient Food Mart fuel station development at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Lovers Lane.

South Fourth Street impacted by work

Full Article:  Herald-Star

StJoanOfArcLogo2x2The project at St. Joan of Arc Church moves along.  The framing for the new addition is going up and now that demolition is complete – we can start putting everything together.  Inside the church, the skylights above the alter are being framed and covered with the tongue and groove pine boards to match the rest of the ceiling.  The alter was demo’d and a new one is being built with a choir area and new tile.

Outside, a new Community Room is being framed where there was previously a courtyard.

Harp Contractors is proud to share that we are working with Schmitt Sales to install the fuel portion of this remodel.

STEUBENVILLE – The newest Convenient Food Mart in Steubenville is on one of the oldest plots of commercial land in the city – and even more improvements are on the way.

The store at 4332 Sunset Blvd. soon will be the home to a Sunoco gas station, which is scheduled to open this summer. The station will have three pumps and six fueling stations. The completed remodeled store already offers a full-service deli, catering services, an in-house bakery, fresh-squeezed lemonade and more, officials said.

StJoanOfArcLogo2x2The Saint Joan of Arc Church Renovation is in the demolition phase as we do sitework in preparation for the building addition as well as take down the bell tower, and perform “surgical demolition” to the interior of the church.  We need to be careful as to not damage the pews or any of the stained glass.  The skylights in the ceiling above the alter are being removed as is a lot of the alter area.