When choosing ATL for your next project you can feel confident that we will leave your workplace or home safer than when we started. Our staff are fully trained to operate in hazardous environments and follow best practice standards in order to protect themselves and everyone else around them.
We aim to make the complicated simple, working with you to provide excellent solutions that will address your requirements and needs so that you can focus on living, learning, working and playing in your world.
Our absolute focus is on protecting staff, client stakeholders and all New Zealanders, with a safety-first approach. Our professional approach is built on a culture of best practice and compliance, demonstrated by our ‘Health and Safety Best
Practice’ award at the 2017 Demolition and Asbestos Awards.
We take very complex projects and make them appear simple with the quality and thought behind our client consultation and site delivery. We’re setting new standards with our client experiences, thanks to technology-enabled systems that make our customer interactions simple, best-practice and highly efficient.
We deliver successful client outcomes through the highest level of professional services and procedural and standards excellence. We have ISO-based quality systems and we’re AS/ NZS 4801:2001 certified. Our management are senior members of the NZ Demolition and Asbestos Association, and the NZ Institutes of Management and Directors.
“Just a short message to thank you and your staff for your exemplary service last week and earlier this week. It’s all worked out ready for open home tomorrow.”
“Just thought I would drop you a line to say thank you for the professional and efficient service your team provided. Erich, Keith and Nigel were a pleasure to deal with and very clear and quick in their communications. Vili and his team exceeded our expectations with their reliability, efficiency and hard work.
Thanks again – looking forward to seeing you on the next job!”
Sean DohertyService Manager, Foundation One Property Services