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Restoring Hope

We value innovation, creative problem solving, continuous improvement, passion, and effective risk management.

Since the founding of Lithko Restoration Technologies, we have always thought about restoration in the broadest context possible – it is our way of life. Not only do we restore buildings and structures in an environmentally sustainable way, but we also bring hope of restored lives to many people in many ways.



Our emphasis on pre-construction planning, project coordination, schedule, and safety creates highly successful outcomes for our clients.


Exposure to continuous movement, traffic, chemicals, and extremes in weather create a highly vulnerable environment for concrete structures.


We employ up-to-date technology and innovative solutions to a wide range of issues paramount to maintaining industrial floors.


We provide all services related to the repair and maintenance of building exteriors, while upholding each structure's integrity in accordance to Cincinnati's Facade Ordinance.


Our General Construction team captures all aspects of repair and restoration to give the client the total package.


We bring a broad range of capabilities necessary in assessing and implementing the Historical Preservation of existing structures.

Featured Project

Floor Restoration, Cincinnati, OH

We had the privilege of providing floor restoration services for a Cincinnati manufacturing facility.

The floor was 20+ years old and was showing signs of severe ware and degradation. The process for moving product around the facility was the primary reason for the issues with the floor. When manufacturing parts come in, they are placed in a steel rack holding unit. The racks are then pushed and pulled across the floor with fork lifts causing damage mainly to slab edges and joints of the floor.

The restoration solution consisted of restoring the slab surface by sawing, chipping, and patching the floor with 9,000 PSI Mortar. Followed by saw cutting the patches to re-establish floor joints, then filling the joints with Polyuria. Finally, drilling holes in the slabs every 3 feet staggered along the joints and pumping Urethane Foam Grout under the curled joints to stabilize any sub-surface voids.

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