There is a strong correlation between an architect and a consultant. Ultimately both are asking questions to come up with a design or solution that solves a problem or builds a structure, whether it is a structure or a specific component. The word architect derives from the Latin architectus, which derives from the Greek arkhitekton (arkhi-, chief + tekton, builder), i.e., chief builder. The word consultant, derived from Latin: consultare “to discuss” is a professional who provides professional or expert advice, typically in a particular area. A consultant has a broader range of expertise on a specific subject, and has more field experience.
Atlas Consulting works closely with architects and design professionals to assure your bid documents and project specifications are properly written.
The mission of Atlas Consulting is to protect the client’s investment and to bridge the gap between manufacturers, contractors and owners. The fact that we do not take compensation from manufacturers or sell/install roofing, waterproofing, concrete, decking, wall or window materials allows us to act in the client’s best interest. That is a claim that a contractor, a manufacturer and many consultants cannot make
Here at Atlas Consulting, we are dedicated to you and all your building envelope needs.
We fit a system to your needs. As your consultant we are standing by to assure quality workmanship and a competitive price.
Our management team has more than 40 years experience and our credentials and performance are rock solid!
Without the proper equipment, even the best consultant can’t get the job done right.
Our field personnel has the testing equipment to assure you get what you are paying for. From the smallest job with simple spacing to a sophisticated air barrier or coating application.
We’re equipped to protect your
We specialize in the most controversial and troublesome aspects of the construction industry. Surprisingly, the cost of a good installation and a poor one is virtually the same. The difference is subtle - the proper condition evaluation, the correct specification, and oversight of the construction will make the difference for you.