WHO WE ARE
Who We Are
Atom Consultants is amongst one of the leading owner-operated engineering practices in UK. This means that we take ownership of our work through every step of the way, have visibility of the process flow from cradle to grave and are able to deliver remarkable experiences for our customers. We do not outsource. All work is done in-house, on time and within budget. Our three directors, Philip, James and Paul are all hands-on company owners for their respective Atom Entities in Edinburgh, Leeds and Canterbury, and think nothing of rolling up their sleeves to chip in with either their wit, leadership skills or their long-standing engineering and project management experience. Our core strength lies in our long-standing experience in Building Information Modelling– we were one of the early adapters of BIM in UK and see it as essential to fast and efficient working practices. The projects we have lent our expertise to range from multi billion pound healthcare projects, such as Cleaveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi, UAE and Pinderfields and Ponterfract Hospitals in West Yorkshire, UK, as well as multi-storey mixed use residential developments, such as the Providence Tower in London’s Docklands and luxury hotels like the Blythswood Hotel in Glasgow. We are well versed at managing food industry projects as well, due to our Edinburgh team’s comprehensive knowledge of the latest requirements for the food processing facilities and have worked for Marine Harvest in Rosyth, Brown Brothers in Kirkconnel, and many many more. We feel that an holistic approach to modern construction methods will be most sustainable in the long run and hence are strong advocates of modular building methods and prefabricated modules with perhaps 3D printed materials. We have some innovative modular projects under our belt, perhaps worth mentioning is the ground breaking industry standard for modular school builds, which we came up with for the Hertfordshire Building Schools for the Future programme (BSF) and the CitizenM Modular Hotel Project in Shoreditch, London.