When it’s your responsibility to keep an older facility up and running or you are responding to a sudden emergency, Atlas Engineering can assess your facility, plan and prioritize maintenance, and design repairs and upgrades to keep your facility on-line, effective, and safe.

When your facility has to stay in operation and be safe, we can help. Give us a call.


Contract Details

Facilities Maintenance Consulting & Structural Assessment
GSA Contract:
GS-21F-024AA
NAICS Codes:
541330, 541340, 541350, 541611


Facilities Maintenance

Atlas Engineering performs building and equipment assessments, determines maintenance and repair priorities, and designs repairs and upgrades for older or damaged facilities. We handle the tough jobs – Our people have decades of experience dealing with difficult, non-standard, and high-hazard facilities problems, including disaster response and recovery.

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Facilities Condition Assessments
Planning/ Budgets for Maintenance and Repairs
Vulnerability Studies – Wind, Earthquake, Flood
Damage Assessment and Emergency Measures
Structural Load Capacity
Design of Structural Repairs
Waterproofing/ Building Envelope
Infra-Red Moisture Detection
Roof Evaluations & Cost Planning
New Roof & Reroof Design

Representative Projects

Structural Assessments at 60 Sites: Assessed current conditions, load capacity, required maintenance/repairs, and repair costs for 60 campus structures. University of North Carolina

Crane, Hoist, & Fall Protection Anchors: Inspection, load capacity testing, and marking for overhead hoists, cranes, and anchors, per OSHA 1910.179. John Deere Co., Biogen Idec, RVEF

Safety Assessments – Manways, Access Platforms, Catwalks: Design, inspection, load capacity analysis, and repair design. Multiple powerplants, industrial sites, & laboratories

Historic Tower – Condition Assessment: Condition and structural assessment for WWI Memorial Bell Tower, with repair scope and cost estimates. North Carolina State University

Fire/Blast Damage: Assessed structural damage, provided safety oversight, and escorted Federal investigators for entries into blast-damaged structures. US Chemical Safety Board

Roof Evaluation and Re-Roof Design, National Guard Facilities: Assessment and re-roof design and inspections, Taylorsville Armory and Ft Bragg Training Center. NC National Guard

Building Envelope Repairs at NC Ports: Investigated roof & wall leaks, designed repair plans, specifications, cost estimates, and inspected repair work. North Carolina State Ports Authority

Roof Condition Surveys & Maintenance Planning: Visual surveys, IR scans, and detailed maintenance planning for 2,450,000 sf of industrial roof. IBM Campus at Research Triangle Park

Roof-Top Solar Installation & Roof Design: Combine roof design with new structural supports for solar water heating system. Fetzer Gymnasium, University of North Carolina


Structural Assessments

Age, accident, or natural disaster can make a facility hazardous to use, or even to walk into. Rescue teams, investigators, and repair crews need to go in, and you need answers – Is it safe? Can we make it safer? How much is damaged, and how do we safeguard the rest?

We are experts in assessing structural hazards – whether from the slow effects of corrosion, decay, or settlement – or the sudden catastrophes like fire, explosion, high winds, or earthquake. Atlas Engineering works side-by-side with first responders, investigators, designers and builders, to make damaged structures safer places to enter and work.

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Structural condition surveys
Load ratings – old or damaged structures
Structural vulnerability assessments
Corrosion/ decay/ settlement damage
Search & rescue – structural specialists
Investigation teams – structural safety
Emergency shoring design
Damage documentation

Representative Projects

Structural Assessments at Campus: Assessed current conditions, load capacity, required maintenance/repairs, and repair costs for 60 campus structures. University of North Carolina

Wind Load Vulnerability Study: Predicted extent and cost of probable damage to nine major laboratories, due to Code-level wind loads. FEMA-funded study, University of North Carolina

Life-Safety Assessments – Industrial Access Manways & Platforms: Design, inspection, load capacity analysis, and repair design. Multiple powerplants, industrial sites, & laboratories

Historic Structures – Evaluated structural condition, stability, and repair requirements for National Register Historic Places. Warren Co Fire Tower, Lake Mattamuskeet Lodge, NC

Industrial Damage – Evaluated structural conditions after severe damage events at industrial facilities – grain & coal silos, power plants, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical plants. Multiple sites

Federal Investigations: Assessed structural damage, provided safety oversight, and escorted Federal investigators into fire and blast-damaged structures. US Chemical Safety Board, ATF

Urban Search & Rescue: Structural Specialist for collapse rescue operations. Deployments including Katrina, Ivan, Haiti, and Irene. Federal DHS/FEMA, State NCDEM USAR Teams

Structural Collapse Training: Course Development/Instructor – Structural Collapse First Responder, Wide-area Search, Structural Monitoring. North Carolina DEM USAR Teams

Rapid Structural Assessment Training: Course Development/Instructor – Structures for military Civil Affairs operations in austere environments. NCSU/ US Army 95th Civil Affairs Brigade, Ft Bragg