Premier in the News



Church

"Premier, More than just a Name"

-a recent article from Canaan Baptist Church Newsletter

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Church

"Premier Donates Cross"

-Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church

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Affiliations



  • AIA (American Institute of Architects)
  • APT (Association for Preservation Technologies)
  • BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association)
  • ICRI (International Concrete Repair Institute)
  • Partners for Sacred Places
  • SWRI (Sealants, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute)

Premier in the News



Canaan Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA

A recent article from the Canaan Baptist Church Newsletter “Premier” - More Than Just a Name

Small Church

As you may be aware, Premier Building Restoration Inc. is the primary company selected to complete the restoration/rehabilitation project on our church. It is not just a run-of-the-mill company that has learned to make building repairs. Premier has been in business for 10 years and has 20 employees who specialize in building restoration, with a passion for church work. It offers a full range of masonry restoration and waterproofing services with a goal to restore building of the Philadelphia religious community to their original grandeur. With its headquarters in Erdenheim, Pennsylvania, the company services Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. They consider every project to be unique. Premier also believes that its greatest asset is its people; an experienced team of professionals who put their hearts and souls into every project from start to finish.



Mother Bethel A.M.E. Cross Unveiling

Steeple

Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church located at 6th and Lombard Street in Philadelphia is the oldest continuously owned African American piece of land in the nation. Premier has had over a three year relationship with the congregation of Mother Bethel and has been continuously working on the church since April of 2007. On December 14, 2007 a cross, donated by Premier, was unveiled and dedicated. This national landmark can now be seen for blocks and is a beacon to the city of Philadelphia.