ATIGROUP's entire team remains at the forefront of green technologies and practices, enabling a rapid commercialization of these technologies for the benefit of all our customers.
For over two decades, we have committed ourselves to consistently exceeding customer expectations, through innovative design and smart building solutions.
|December 1986||Walter Mechanical Service founded by Michael A. Bunting, John W. Jensen, and Howard Shand. Mr. Shand served as Principal. Number of employees: 2|
|1990||Michael Bunting and John W. Jensen purchase all of Howard Shand’s interest. Partnership is equally divided between Mr. Bunting and Mr. Jensen.|
|1993||Walter Mechanical Services receives first agreement in excess of one million dollars and procures the largest ever utility rebate ($1.2 million) for Saginaw Steering Gear Division of the General Motors Corp. now Nexteer Automotive. Number of employees: 23|
|1997||Walter Mechanical Service begins doing business as (DBA), Air Tech Inc.|
|2001||Walter Mechanical Service changes DBA name to ATIGROUP. Number of employees: 27|
|2007||Achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accreditation|
|2008||ATIGROUP awarded agreement in excess of $20 million dollars with the Department of Defense.|
|2012||ATIGROUP certifies first LEED Silver and LEED Gold buildings|
ATIGROUP is certified as a Veteran Owned Small Business. Definitive hiring preference provided to our nations honorably discharged, military veterans. Business reach is stretching throughout the mid-western United States.
Michelle Landon promoted to President of ATIGROUP.
ATIGROUP employs approximately 50 persons.