AUSTIN, Texas, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Atlas Technical Consultants, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATCX) (“Atlas” or the “Company”), a leading Infrastructure and Environmental solutions provider, has been ranked number 15 on ENR’s Top 100 Construction Management Firms. In addition, Atlas is listed among the Top 50 firms in Program Management.
“We are pleased to be again recognized by ENR. This reflects our employees’ commitment to bring together our diverse capabilities in planning, design, construction and quality assurance to support our clients in predictable delivery of their programs,” said L. Joe Boyer, CEO of Atlas.
According to ENR, companies are ranked based on total 2020 revenue in millions for construction-management or project/program-management services performed as a professional service for a fee.
About Atlas Technical Consultants
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Atlas is a leading provider of Environmental (ENV), Testing, Inspection & Certification (TIC), Engineering & Design (E&D), and Program, Construction, and Quality Management (PCQM) services. Under the name Atlas Technical Consultants, we offer solutions to public and private sector clients in the transportation, commercial, water, government, education, and industrial markets. With approximately 3,500 employees and a nationwide footprint, Atlas provides a broad range of mission-critical technical services, helping clients test, inspect, certify, plan, design, and manage a wide variety of projects across diverse end markets. For more information, go to https://www.oneatlas.com.
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