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      February 8, 2021

      Stripunsky Promoted to Associate Principal

      Congratulations to SUPERSTRUCTURES’ Michael Stripunsky, RA who has been promoted to Associate Principal. This promotion is a direct reflection of Michael’s professional stature and invaluable contributions to our success. He’s held in high regard by his coworkers, by his colleagues in the profession, and by the firm’s prestigious clients.

      Though he’s been with the firm for 20 years, Michael underscores what’s unchanged from his first day: the enormous fun of working with smart and talented people in a company that stands apart in the field of exterior restoration, providing unsurpassed quality, utilizing the most technologically advanced restoration systems, and contributing to the glory of the city we all love.

      Michael cites two recently completed projects that stand out in his work with SUPERSTRUCTURES. The restoration of John Jay College’s Haaren Hall involved replacement of thousands of decorative terra cotta units, and everything went right thanks to a distinctive building, an educated client, an exceptional contractor, and of course, the SUPERSTRUCTURES team. Another of Michael’s favorite projects is the roof restoration at Queens College Fitzgerald Gym. For the first time in a US building, a membrane that simulates a copper roof (at a fraction of its cost) was applied. Again, the firm’s team rose to the challenge to make a complex project run smoothly.

      When not managing SUPERSTRUCTURES projects or spending time with his family, Michael is a skilled amateur watercolor artist, painting landscapes and, of course, architectural views.

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