Tebarco Saves Christmas!
St.Luke’s Episcopal Church was originally founded in 1864. It’s current late English, Gothic building was consecrated in 1906. Winter Construction enlisted our services to install HVAC and interior plumbing in the renovation of this iconic Atlanta building. Structural issues in threatened to delay finishing the project. Here is how Tebarco handles a challenge…
…”Tebarco played a very important part in completing this portion of the project on time with spectacular results. It is a rear pleasure to work with such people as your Bobby McDaniel, Mike Rahn and Kenny Jackson who supported our every request. In spite of unexpected structural problems which had to be resolved to meet our commitment of having the Church ready for Christmas, they went “above the call of duty” for us at St. Luke’s.”
Brent Reid, President, Winter Construction
…”It is the proper time to officially recognize the extraordinary job which Tebarco and its people have done for our church.. In a word they have been “magnificent”-from the last minute when they were called in by Winter to fast-track a design/build on a rather complex physical and political situation to the very final details, picking up pieces which may or may not have even been their responsibility. Their communication skills, the consistently positive, get-it-done attitude, and Tebarco’s professional craftsmanship have carried us to a project which serves the church even better than the original vision!”
-Cotton Alston, Owner’s Representative, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church