SRG Vision

"We aspire to bring happiness to our team members and their families, to be an inspiration in our communities, and to make a positive impact on every life we touch."


Randy Hartline - Project Manager  (SRG Macon)

My Name is Randy Hartline and it is a pleasure to welcome you to the August edition of Restored.

I am a Project Manager for SRG in the Macon office.  I have been truly blessed to have served 10 years in the military.  It is an honor to be a veteran of the United States of America.  While in the military, I met my wife Linda.  We have been married for 32 years and have 2 kids, Adam and Jessica, and 3 grandchildren who are our pride and joy.
This time next month we will be in the beginnings of football season, with that being said my thoughts go to teamwork.  While growing up I played football and baseball in high school and in the military.  I will not say the teams that I was on won all their games, but we did win a lot and I attribute that to our teamwork.  The boys and men that I played with worked together as a team and it made us stronger.
While working in Commercial Construction, I worked on very large projects. As a General Contractor, we worked with our sub-contractors as a team in order to finish the projects on time and in budget.  I  believe it's because of our teamwork and working towards a common goal that we can accomplish those goals.
In my personal life, Linda and I work as a team, from raising a family to having a strong marriage.  It took teamwork and our Lord Jesus Christ guiding us.  I feel SRG has this same teamwork mentality about them and it shows in the success of our company. 

I will close with this verse:
Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor. If either of them falls down, one can help the other up.  But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up.  -Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

Nobody climbs Mount Everest alone. To accomplish great things we all need teammates and a supporting cast to pick us up, and we need to look for opportunities to pick others up when they stumble.

Randy Hartline

LIVES Restored

SRG Athens Team Members, Michael Baine & Chasity Burroughs, Serving with Compassion @ Extra Special People, (ESP). To learn more about ESP, click here.


Most children have now started back to school and are adjusting to new teachers, classmates and schedules.  One thing that should remain the same are a student's goals for school.  What goals has your student made for what they wish to achieve during their school years?  it is never to early to start teaching goal setting to help students motivate themselves to learning more.  Click here for an informative article from Scholastic on student goal setting for education.  

COMMUNITY Participation

On August 8th, SRG took to the streets of Canton as a Gold Sponsor and as runners in the Chick-fil-A Connect 5K benefitting the Cherokee County Special Olympics and Cherokee County Education Foundation.  To see more images from this fun filled day click here .

SRG provides New Team Member Orientation for our team members to bring them up to speed on the entire organization as well as their particular service area. We review and introduce our core values, policies and benefits as well as a general overview of who SRG is.

We said goodbye this month to one of our own, Ken Johnson (pictured above in center with arms crossed).  Ken retired and will be missed greatly by everyone.  Ken's work ethic and drive were fantastic.  We gave him a going away breakfast and made a big deal out of him, which Ken hates.  We literally had to hold him in place to take the photos.  Click here to see the others. 

Thank you, Ken!

It is that time of year as we've all noticed with the extended drive time in the mornings.  Here are a few pictures of some of the SRG staff children heading back to another year.

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