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ATM’s Heath Hansell, PE, Shares an Afternoon with 1st Grade Students of Philip Simmons Elementary School

ATM's Heath Hansell, PE, had the pleasure of visiting with the first-grade students of Philip Simmons Elementary School in Charleston, SC. The students have been working on a semester-long project about sea turtles. Not only was this a wonderful learning opportunity, but the children did a wonderful job raising money for the sea turtle hospital, which will open at the South Carolina Aquarium in…

June 11, 2016 - Party for a Cause - ATM & IGY Invite YOU to Participate in our Global Community Service Initiative Project, “INSPIRE GIVING THROUGH YOU”

On June 11th, 2016, IGY & ATM corporate staff and volunteers from around the world will donate their time and efforts to the "Inspire Giving through You" Community Outreach Initiative at nine participating locations. After a very successful first event on February 20th, 2016, the company is thrilled to expand its efforts for a second time this year.  

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ATM’s Heath Hansell, P.E., Presents on Flood Mapping During NC Beach Inlet & Waterways Association Meeting

Mr. Hansell shared that those who create the flood maps are faced with the daunting task of creating a new guideline to follow, while continually receiving and integrating new information and data. Read full article...  Carolina Coastline News

Recreational Boating Communities in 32 States Receive $14 Million Boost for Infrastructure Projects

Grants from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service provide outdoor recreation opportunities, create jobs, and help keep waterways clean.

ATM has provided clients with more than $18 million in funding assistance over the last decade, contact us to see how we can help obtain funding for your project. Call 800-275-6488.

Read full press release at: http://www.fws.gov/news/ShowNews.cfm?ref=recreational-boating-communities-in-32-states-receive-$14-million-boost-&_ID=35511

Mechanisms for Hurricane Sedimentation of Hardbottom Resources by Dr. Michael Jenkins Published In Shoreline April 2016 Newsletter

"Mechanisms for Hurricane Sedimentation of Hardbottom Resources" written by ATM's Dr. Michael Jenkins was published in the FSBPA's April 2016 Shoreline Newsletter. For complete article, please click the link below

http://www.fsbpa.com/documents/0416Shoreline.pdf

ATM Opens New Office in St. Petersburg, FL!

ATM is proud to announce the opening of its newest location in St. Petersburg, FL. Mr. Chris Ahern, Associate Principal, will manage this office. Chris spent many years with ATM working in our Gainesville, Charleston, and Dubai offices, and we welcome him back!  We look forward to building on his recent experience in the Tampa/St. Petersburg region. Chris will provide…