Merging Buildings and Technology. ATS Inland NW engineers and delivers a variety of technologies and solutions for a wide range of markets such as healthcare, education, commercial office data centers and many more.

New Construction: From towering skyscrapers to elementary school classrooms, ATS Inland NW can bring to life any type of building. With our extensive engineering and project management teams, we can maximize your new building’s performance to save you money and time.

Retrofits: ATS Inland NW has a wealth of experience with DDC Control System retrofit and upgrade projects. ATS has the technical skills, project management experience, and partnering philosophy necessary to meet the difficult project requirements of a control system retrofit.

ATS has a diverse list of project categories which include:

Idaho National Laboratory

Client: Various

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is an 890 Square Mile campus located in the high desert of Eastern Idaho. INL is the nation’s leading center for nuclear energy research and development. INL works in each of the strategic goal areas of DOE: energy, national security, science and environment. Currently ATS services all the INL buildings while successfully adhering to highly critical building demands and is continuously involved in the latest designs.

Ada County Courthouse

Client: Ada County Courthouse

The Ada County Courthouse provides 26 courtrooms and nine jury deliberation rooms which are located on the second, fourth, and fifth floors, plus two fifth-floor hearing rooms. The entire building is approximately 325, 000 square feet, with five floors and a basement. The facility implements Alerton building automation for the entire building.

Caldwell Police Department

Client: Caldwell Police Department

Thomas Family Health & Science Center – NNU

Client: Thomas Family Health & Science Center – NNU

The new facility is composed of 50, 000 square feet, including 11 laboratories devoted to cadaver dissection, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, microscopy, cell culture, wet labs, and nursing clinical and simulations. Additionally, the building includes a new science lecture hall, four classrooms, a vivarium (a display of living animals) and an advanced air handling system for biology and chemistry.

College of Idaho

Client: College of Idaho

Boone Hall – Constructed in 1968, this building was named for Dr. William Judson Boone, founder and president of the college for 45 years. The building houses the Glen & Ruth Evans Gem and Mineral Collection, Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History, and the Whittenberger Planetarium. Boone Hall is equipped with laboratories for chemistry, biology, geology and physics.

St Lukes Laboratory

Client: St Lukes Laboratory

“The new laboratory is the largest and most advanced in the region, with the latest cutting-edge technology that will allow us to efficiently reduce the turn-around time for tests.  It will enable us to perform work that has historically been sent out of state and prepares us for future advances in the field of molecular testing, ” said Chris Roth, chief operating officer for St. Luke’s Treasure Valley operations. “St. Luke’s enjoys strong partnerships with all regional medical technology programs and we expect that the laboratory will also be a key training lab for students pursuing education in the field of Laboratory Medicine.“

Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Client: Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a world-renowned museum examining the personal and public life of W.F. ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody (1846-1917). The collections at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center include fascinating artifacts, fine art and photography interpreting all aspects of the American West. Fascinating programs bring the past to life. The center houses five different museums and a research library.

The Salvation Army Kroc Center

Client: The Salvation Army Kroc Center

It’s a 12-acre facility featuring a chapel/performing arts center, teen activities center and game room, aquatics center, sports training, recreation center and recording studio.

Manchester Ice Rink

Client: Manchester Ice Rink

The Manchester Ice & Event Centre is a non-profit facility that grew out of the need to have a reliable, high-quality, ice skating rink in McCall where both youth and adults could enjoy year-round skating activities and events. The leadership and effort of the Richard J. Sabala Foundation, influenced the monetary contributions for the rink, which came from private individuals and businesses, a state grant and corporate foundations. Located in the center of town, the facility houses a regulation NHL-sized hockey rink (85ft x 200ft of ice surface), grandstand seating for over 650 people, ice skate rental and sharpening services, an arcade and meals and catering by Skater Things Cafe.

Kootenai Cancer Center

Client: Kootenai Cancer Center

Kootenai Cancer Center at Coeur d’Alene offers patients a specialized environment in which to receive chemotherapy and radiation therapy under one roof. Staff and medical team focus on compassionate care and patient well-being within a comfortable setting that promotes healing.