For more than three decades, ATC has helped engineering and facility directors, infection control officers and risk managers address The Joint Commission Environment of Care (EC) and American Institute of Architects (AIA) standards, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines offering a multitude of services.Contact Us
ATC’s clients include a variety of healthcare clients including acute care hospitals, major medical, trauma, and cancer centers, alcohol and drug treatment units as well as urgent care, physician, and dental offices. We’ve assumed the responsibility of finding effective and creative solutions for our clients coast-to-coast in asbestos, lead and mold abatement, environmental compliance as well as performed a of myriad of geotechnical and construction management testing services for clients across the nation.
- The need to respond rapidly and work discreetly and seamlessly to avoid disruption to your patient population.
- The critical difference between The Joint Commission’s Environment of Care versus EPA regulations and OSHA standards.
- Infection control must be considered at every level of performance.
- That in responding to a complaint about indoor air quality and developing a compliance strategy or expanding your facility, we need to act with third-party objectivity in a timely, professional and confidential manner throughout every phase of the project.
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