Places of Worship & Non-profits
PUTTING COMMITTEE PLANNING INTO ACTION
The committees and boards of places of worship and various types of nonprofits
continually face the challenge of reaching consensus. When the topic of conversation is
structural restoration and maintenance, Teevan is exceptionally skilled at facilitating the
process and helping the decision makers forge consensus and formulate the most
practical, effective, and cost effective strategies.
Arriving at these critical decisions is just the first step. Once we have helped you develop a repair and restoration plan, Teevan’s team of carpenters, painters, and remodelers will execute both large- and small-scale projects that produce stunning results. Whether it’s solving water infiltration issues or sensitively restoring exterior and interior architectural character, we have a unique understanding of the art of restoration and possess the skills to protect your structure for years to come.
Civic-minded organizations are best served by companies that share their commitment to improving communities. For more than five decades, Teevan has embarked on a mission to preserve and enhance the rich architectural fabric of San Francisco’s landmark neighborhoods, including some of our city’s iconic emblems. We value the opportunity to help our local places of worship and nonprofit organizations remain strong standing – and structurally sound – members of the community.
MAINTAINING OUR VALUES
Changing our own small corner of the world is something of a company mission at Teevan. Ours is a cutthroat industry; cheap labor is easy to come by and too often even high-quality contractors cut prices by taking advantage of people willing to work hard for not enough. We believe that our steadfast refusal to do this, our loyalty to our values and our employees through flush and lean times, is the primary reason for our longevity and continued success. Our company is proof that success in business and social conscience can go hand-in-hand, and nothing makes us more proud.
Story of St. Paul’s
Letter from St. Paul’s
Click to See Larger Image