Jeff Miller, Chairman, is not a typical restoration specialist. An accountant by training, he also has extensive background in construction and heavy manufacturing. Jeff spent years with a design / build firm that built and operated power plants, serving as chief operating officer of five companies operating in three states. As president of one of St. Louis’ oldest manufacturing companies, he managed the manufacture of grinding and power-generation equipment. Founding Atlas in 1990, he first intended to build custom homes, but soon found greater satisfaction in helping families and businesses get back on their feet.
A lifelong resident of St. Louis, Jeff graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and holds certifications in virtually every aspect of the restoration business..
Brian Mullins, President, stands among the industry’s elite as one of only 600 Certified Restorer and 150 Water Loss Specialists in the world. Such accreditation requires years of study and experience. Brian began his career in construction and restoration close to 20 years ago as a field restoration supervisor / carpenter, joining Atlas in 2003. He has attended the best schools in the restoration industry – including Vortex Drying School, RIA Water Loss Specialist School and the RIA Certified Restorer School He holds advanced certifications in fire and water restoration, mold remediation, and structural drying.
Brandon Cassidy, Vice President, has been in the construction management / restoration industry for more than 20 years, supervising large commercial, industrial, multi-family, and residential losses for Atlas for the past decade. He holds IICRC (The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) certifications in fire and water restoration.
St. Louis’ Full-Service Restoration Contractor
With one call, an Atlas project manager will be at your service – with his expert team of cleaning, restoration, rebuilding, and repair technicians. We’ll arrive quickly at the site to minimize damage – as well as costs and repair time.