A.A.T. Restoration - Our History & Philosophy


A.A.T. Restoration Group, Inc. has been a family owned and operated business for over 35 years. We make every effort to save owners money and complete projects on time. Quality is a constant goal and we believe that our quality begins with our project managers whose consistent attention to detail and careful documentation of all phases of the project provide the owner(s) with a quality finished project. We also encourage weekly site meetings with the owner(s), engineer, and the contractor to enable the owner(s) to better understand the work in progress, upcoming scheduling and various completion milestones. Our project managers are backed up by a multi-talented work force that based on industry standards, have a 20% to 25% higher pay rate than other workers in our industry. We pride ourselves on being a family owned business, that sense of family translates to our  work force, and it shows through their overall loyalty, dependability, and teamwork. Based on our schedule, we set production goals and have a bonus plan for the employees when our goals 

are met. Weekly safety meetings are held on site and OSHA standards are enforced on all projects. 

management team

William Turcotte - President

  • Possesses an extensive professional background which includes 40 years in project management and General Construction.
  • State Licensed - General Contractor, Roofing Contractor, and Home Inspector.
  • Certified in Aerial Operation, PT Field Installation, Lead Renovation, and Rigging & Suspended Scaffolding
  • Has the time tested and proven ability to carry out all aspects of project management including scheduling, procurement, estimating, site supervision, and budget control.
  • Insists on having a very interactive role with all projects, which includes periodic job site visitation, and constant communication with the on-site Project Manager via daily phone calls.
  • In the event of an emergency, he is available for any of your needs from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, as well as weekends.
  • Personally processes all payment draws and scheduling to ensure accuracy and transparency.  Also has two full time assistants in the office to help expedite any project related documentation.
  •  Meets at least once per day with each project manager to discuss project updates. 
  • Upon request, he will happily  make myself available for any on-site meetings during the course of your project.

Lloyd Tuttle - Equip. Maintenance Technician / Purchasing Manager / Project Site Runner

  • Lloyd arrives at each job on a daily basis to meet with the project manager and pick up any equipment and/or supplies needed in order to continue production.
  • This eliminates the need to have the project manager leave the site and also enables a quick turnaround in regard to receiving any and all job supplies/materials needed in order to keep the project moving on schedule.
  • Lloyd also inspects on-site and shop equipment and tools in order to maintain proper productivity and safety requirements.

Alyssa Douglass - OSHA Certified Health and Safety Monitor / Project Coordinator

  • Alyssa visits each project site weekly to hold safety meetings and ensure proper safety precautions and standards are being consistently met by all  onsite employees.
  • During her weekly visits, she speaks with each project manager to ensure the projects are on schedule and meeting time frames. 

On-Site Project Managers


Tony Turcotte - 35+ years experience                             Joel Lovenberg - 55+ years experience

Billy Dunn - 20+ years experience                                    Ricky Douglass - 15+ years experience

Project Manager Protocol states that they are the first to arrive and the last to leave. This is yet another way that we keep our safety and quality standards high. 

Some of our projects managers main responsibilities & certifications include:  

•   Being on the job-site every day.  
•   Do not leave the job-site or the crew unattended for any reason.
•   Run all on-site activities.
•   Choose and train each crew leader.
•   Decide and coordinate with crew leaders to delegate daily tasks and goals to the crew.
•   Certified in Aerial Operation and Rigging & Suspended Scaffolding.
•   Committed to their projects and an asset to our company.