About Atkinson-Noland & Associates

Atkinson-Noland & Associates owns and occupies office and laboratory space in Boulder, Colorado. The office is equipped with complete structural analysis and CAD software, while the laboratory can support both in-house experiments and field evaluation studies. The firm provides services to a wide range of organizations including architects, engineers, contractors, government agencies, historical conservators, and testing laboratories.

Several of the staff are active on committees and members of organizations including:
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Society for Testing and Materials
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Association for Preservation Technology
  • Colorado Preservation Incorporated
  • International Concrete Repair Institute
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute
  • The Masonry Society
  • International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
Awards the firm has received include:
  • The Western Pennsylvania Golden Trowel Award from the International Masonry Institute was awarded to David Woodham in 2003 for the restoration of the Calvary Episcopal Church bell tower and spire in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute Masonry Hero Award was given to Michael Schuller in 2001 for the company's work in masonry research and with masonry structures.

  • Kansas Preservation Alliance Award for Technical Excellence was awarded to Michael Schuller in 1999 for the restoration and structural stabilization of the Ludington-Thatcher home in Lawrence, Kansas.

  • The Alan H. Yorkdale Memorial Award, from ASTM Committee C 15, was given to Michael Schuller in 1991 for the best paper published in the English language pertaining to masonry during the previous year: Shing, P.B., Schuller, M.P., Hoskere, V.S., Carter, E., Flexural and Shear Response of Reinforced Masonry Walls, American Concrete Institute Structural Journal, Vol. 87, No. 6, November-December 1990.
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