History

Our History

Since our founding in 1958, Atlas has built commercial projects in all geographical locations of Oklahoma and the Midwest Region.

Atlas Construction Group was first known as The Atlas Organization. Founded
by Calvin Garrett, his son, Jim Garrett, took the reins in 1988, and abbreviated the company name to its acronym, TAO. Atlas continued to build a solid reputation for quality buildings and client satisfaction. This steadfast business model persevered through industry highs and lows, evolving as the industry grew to embrace today’s technological advances and ethical ideals. Originating in Oklahoma City, a second office was opened in Tulsa to accommodate growth and geographical construction needs. Atlas rebranded in 2003 to Atlas General Contractors. New partners, Mike Owen and Matthew Knight took the helm. In 2016, Atlas began doing business as Atlas Construction Group.

Atlas has had the privilege of constructing a few genuinely iconic buildings, including the Oklahoma City Founder’s Tower and the 1964 Founder’s Bank, renowned for its Mid-Century architecture. Atlas has proudly built schools all over the state of Oklahoma and considers this an area of industry expertise.

Atlas Construction Group continues to focus on quality, budget-conscious, timely delivery. In addition, Atlas expanded that focus to include top-grade talent acquisition and community involvement.

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to deliver commercial Construction Management and General Contracting services with thoughtful and trustworthy execution. Our team of professionals takes pride in creating a collaborative environment resulting in high quality performance, long-term relationships and rewarding experiences.

 

VISION STATEMENT

A Leader of the Oklahoma and Regional construction industry with unmatched employee talent in our quest for effective, results-oriented project delivery, we will earn our market share and achieve our corporate goals through our effective
leadership, core values, and trust.

©2017 Atlas Construction Group

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