Construction firm says claims ‘unfounded’
The owners and employees of Simonson Construction Services, Inc. Have grown weary of being maligned in the press because of a feud between the Ashland County Historical Society and the Center Street Historic District Association.
Tina Carpenter, director of the Ashland County Historical Soceity, and retired board member John Sidle, requested a code review from our company to determine the possibility of converting the A.N. Myers home into a museum. We rendered that opinion and verbally suggested a project budget far below $1 million being bandied about by the parties involved. Certain statements and events have since been attributed to this company that did not occur.
Our knowledge and capabilities have been questions by people unarmed iwth the facts. To individuals in particular, Rodney Mohr and Dan Morgan, have publicly questioned our ability to proved for this type of project. We happily will provide numberous references, project history or referrals for this time of work to anyone who requests it. The attack on Simonson Construction Services regarding this project is unfounded, filled with errors and misrepresents the role we’ve played thus far. We encourage all interested parties to fully research the situation surrounding the Alva N. Myers home. Please go get the facts and understand the chain of events before you go public with your opinion.
Simonson Construction Services Inc.