Interior renovations and architectural improvements will improve accessibility for church members and the community.
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (St. Paul ELC) in Carlisle, Pa. is partnering with Galbraith and Noelker and Hull Associates, Inc. to transform the interior of the church. To further the church’s vision, the renovations and architectural improvements will add ADA accessibility to provide increased congregational access to the church’s ministries. This work will include adding ADA-approved restrooms and the church’s first elevator.
Since its inception, St. Paul ELC has offered the Carlisle community an extensive outreach ministry. To further the mission, Saint Paul’s leaders realized the need to make the church more accessible to its congregation and community. As a local Carlisle construction company, Galbraith brings vast experience with similar type construction projects for places of worship.
“Our deep, lifelong roots in the Carlisle community and our commitment to helping improve places of worship has positioned us to serve our community members better,” said Allan Galbraith, President, and Co-Owner of Galbraith/Pre-Design.
About St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Paul ELC, located in the heart of Carlisle, has worshipped in Carlisle, Pa. since 1854. St. Paul ELC is a growing congregation in the Lower Susquehanna of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. As St. Paul strives to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All, we are becoming well known in the community and the Lower Susquehanna Synod for its extensive outreach ministry to those in need. For more information, visit http://stpaulcarlisle.org
As co-owner of Galbraith/Pre-Design, Inc., Mark Galbraith is responsible for the construction of commercial facilities in nine states. Continuing his family’s tradition of commercial and industrial construction in south central Pennsylvania and beyond, Mark’s experience includes site analysis and selection, pre-construction services, field engineering and project management.