ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--American Testing and Inspection Services (ATIS), a leading full-service conveyance management company that helps improve device safety, compliance and performance, has acquired Colorado-based firms A Smart Elevator Solution, LLC and 1 Able Elevator Inspector, LLC.
“These acquisitions have helped solidify ATIS as the premier elevator inspection firm in Colorado,” said ATIS Chief Operating Officer Charlie Slater. “We are excited about our combination with these well-established companies to expand our presence and continue to set the standard for elevator safety and performance.”
A Smart Elevator Solution, LLC of Littleton, Colorado and 1 Able Elevator Inspector, LLC of Wheat Ridge, Colorado offer significant expertise in elevator inspections, consulting, and conveyance management. Both companies have a successful history of partnering with ATIS in subcontractor roles to offer leading inspection and conveyance management services throughout Colorado and the Western region.
“We are proud to now be part of the ATIS family and will continue to offer leading-edge services for the benefit of building owners, property managers and the riding public,” said Russell Holt, owner of A Smart Elevator Solution, LLC. Bernie Dougherty, owner of 1 Able Inspector, LLC adds, “We look forward to playing a key role on the ATIS team by providing expert elevator inspection and conveyance management services.”
Along with Russ and Bernie, the rest of their teams will be joining the ATIS family to ensure consistency and to maintain the level of service that customers have become accustomed to.
For more information about ATIS, please visit https://atis.com/.
ATIS manages every aspect of conveyance systems on behalf of building owners and property managers, combining objective assessments, unparalleled expertise and innovative technology to improve the safety, compliance and performance of elevators, escalators, moving walks and other conveyances. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, ATIS serves more than 20,000 customers and 100,000 unique devices throughout the United States.