OUR MISSION IS YOUR BUSINESS
At Atsalis Brothers, we understand that you’re only as good as your next project. That’s why we refuse to dwell on our past success and treat each of our upcoming jobs as the most important one to date. We’re dedicated to quality work, safety, competitive prices and innovative thinking that has your business in mind.
WHEN YOU HIRE US, YOU CAN EXPECT:
– A dedicated team of experts
– The highest possible quality workmanship
– A job that’s on schedule and within budget
– Employee and environmental safety compliance
– Results that exceed your expectations
A HISTORY OF INNOVATION AND HARD WORK
For more than four decades Atsalis Brothers has been proud to provide first-rate work and innovative service. It all dates back to 1951 when Sperok Atsalakis used a little american ingenuity to get the job done better, faster and for less money.
While other painters were still using ladders to paint large structures, Speros used one of the first truck-mounted booms and soon won a contract to paint thousands of light poles for the City of Detroit. That kind of innovative thinking quickly made him one of Michigan’s most respected painting contractors.
Today, the family tradition continues with the second generation of Atsalis Brothers. And the innovation carries on as well with special scaffolding, blast rigs, recycling units and a selection of patented mobile work platforms — an Atsalis Brothers exclusive. Also, Atsalis Brothers employs the best trained work force in the industry, allowing us to continue providing the quality that we have established over the last 5+ decades.
If you need further proof of the quality of our work, just take a look at some of the prominent landmarks across the country. Everything from the Houghton-Hancock Lift Bridge in Michigan — the largest vertical lift bridge in the world — to the Robert O. Norris bridge in Virgina — a 9,985-foot truss bridge spanning the Rappahannock River — to projects containing multiple conventional bridge structures located in urban areas under extremely tight schedules. We’re honored to not only be an American company, but to have had a hand in shaping its history.