News And Events


view:  full / summary

We're Getting There! Four Months of Work - Fangalahun

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on August 16, 2015 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (2)





April-August 2015 Construction Trip to Liberia

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on August 7, 2015 at 11:05 AM Comments comments (0)

We had another successful construction trip to Liberia. The goal was to complete the agreed phases of work on two new projects, Du Port Road Expansion project and Fangalahun.


Du Port Road Project is an expansion / extension of an existing duplex. We redesigned this duplex into a two storey apartment complex.



Fangalahun is a proposed four bedroom residence.


Please see more construction photos under Du Port Road Project and Fangalahun.












2014 - Pictorial Review

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on January 10, 2015 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Hanging out with my students

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on March 27, 2014 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)



Please Send a Word of Support to our Liberian Architecture Students Representing Liberia in the AIAS Design Competition

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on January 24, 2014 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Students of the Architectural Training Consultants, (Liberia), will be representing ATC and Liberia in a design competition sponsored by the American Institute of Architect Students, AIAS.

The American Institute of Architect Students (AIAS) is an intense student-run organization that has been working for the betterment of the Architectural Education Community for over 50 years.

This is Liberia's first architecture student design competition and the very first Liberian student membership to the AIAS.


The design program:

  • Universally designed (UD) throughout
  • 1500 gross sf maximum for entire project (i.e., new and renovated SF combined)
  •  2 BDs/ 2 baths minimum
  •  In-house laundry area
  •  Integration of building with the site
  •  Support for and integration of owner’s meaningful life events

The Client:

A warm and wonderful 95-year-old--who wishes to renovate his farm’s century-old log cabin as his home. He lives alone, drives legally, cooks and cleans for himself, and owns a new iPad. He wants a fresh, new design to enlarge his cabin in ways he can afford and which will allow him to care for himself while maintaining his independence. 


Please join us in supporting our Liberian students. We see this as an opportunity to contribute to the future of our young Liberian professionals and to the infrastructural development of Liberia.

We will be having our second design meeting in Liberia on Saturday January 25, 2014 at  5:30 p.m. Lib. time and 11:30 a.m. central time.

Please Skype in at atc.liberia and send your words of support to these young professionals. You can also call  011 231 880 671 554 to send out your shout.

ATC students are now members of the American Institute of Architects Students, AIAS

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on November 27, 2013 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Eight students of ATC applied for the American Institute of Architects Student, AIAS membership. This is a huge step in the right direction as we seek countless international exposure for our young and upcoming Liberian Architects and Designers.


ATC students will be the first group in Liberia to carry this prestigious membership. Please look out for our first international design competition submission coming up in 2014.

ATC student becomes the first Liberian student to post on the prestigious

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on November 26, 2013 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Gardiyee Jimmy, a second phase student of Architectural Training Consultants becomes the first Liberian student to post on

Revit City is an internationally recognized architectural platform for architects and designers.

Professionals showcase their work and achievements through this platform and demonstrate to the design world that they are the best in their class.


Bravo Jimmy!

Construction Project Review - CPR

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on August 14, 2013 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

B.A. Thomas Innovative Homes will be conducting a series of Construction Project Reviews in Liberia.


CPR is a new process launched, an extension of our quality assurance and total quality management program within our Organization.


Our periodic CPR trips to Liberia will allow us to provide construction review updates to our clients residing in the USA.


We will also be able to extend our review services to outside clients who have ongoing and new construction projects, designed by others, in Liberia.


Our CPR deliverables include;


• A full day of construction observation on your site

• Identify potential problems and problem areas.

• Review skill level and availability of workforce

• Review construction schedule

• Determine actual substantial completion date

• Compare actual construction to construction document

• Identify construction variation

• Compile recommendations to client


If you have a construction project in Liberia and would like a CPR, then please give us a call. Our first trip will be scheduled soon and will be limited to only five (5) outside projects.


Paradise Cove - We've added a Ballroom!

Posted by B.A.T.I.H. on August 9, 2013 at 11:25 PM Comments comments (0)