Caroline Morgan

Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling Honored by State Representative


GDBR_Resolution(June 4, 2014 – Beavercreek, Ohio) Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling was honored by State Representative, Rick Perales (R-Beavercreek), with a resolution during House session. The resolution congratulates the business for being named the winner of two 2014 National Contractor of the Year Awards in the commercial interior and commercial exterior categories by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).


Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling was founded in 1987 by Greg Thompson, its president, who was at session to receive the resolution. The company serves the Dayton area and is recognized as the region’s largest building and home remodeling contractor. It claims more than 10,000 unique projects to its name.
John Popelar, Director of Special Programs for the company, was also present to receive the resolution. He remarked, “We are truly honored to serve the southwest Ohio community, specifically the 73rd House District. The National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s Contractor of the Year awards are voted on by a panel of our peers nationwide and recognize craftsmanship, innovation, and functionality of the projects produced. The awards are each a testament to the great quality, expert craftsmanship and high levels of customer service exhibited by our entire team.”


The company won the award in the commercial interior category for its work at Salar Restaurant and Lounge in the Historic Oregon District. In addition, it won the award in the commercial exterior category for its renovations at 1207 Wayne Avenue for Full Circle Development – a company that seeks to revitalize historic Dayton neighborhoods.


“I have known Greg Thompson and the Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling Company for a number of years,” Rep. Perales said. “I have seen firsthand their business approach and customer service. It is no surprise that they won these awards, and I was thrilled to have them in front of my peers of the House.”