Vancouver Island owned and operated, the Atlas Group was founded in 1999 by Hadi Abassi, a mechanical engineer with an extensive background in the BC building industry. We operate a state-of-the-art production facility on a three-acre site in Nanaimo, BC and are supported by a talented team of managers and employees who share Hadi’s vision of quality and customer service.

At Atlas, we don’t have customers — we have partners. Since the first truss rolled out of our shop, we’ve been committed to designing and building outstanding products. We believe that when our partners succeed, so do we. We’re committed to serving the needs of Vancouver Island’s building industry.

Board Feet In Manufactured in 2017 by Atlas Truss
Roof Truss Packages Delivered in 2017



Engineered Wood Products

Using advanced technology, Atlas Truss manufactures engineered lumber that is consistently straight and strong, and that resists bowing, twisting, and shrinking.

That means less waste, easier installation, and higher design values for starters; plus fewer callbacks, shorter cycle times, more design flexibility, and lower overall installed cost in the end. iLevel® Trus Joist® TimberStrand® LSL, Microllam® LVL, and Parallam® PSL are structural solutions you can count on

Atlas Truss is unique in that we offer a group of products designed to work together as a system. Our software tools incorporate this system approach to help reduce job site waste, and generate accurate material lists through estimating, modeling and design, operations, and collaborating processes. Utilizing the predictable performance of our lumber and engineered wood products, our software applications, such as Javelin® Structural Frame design software, create an optimized frame.

  • 3-D modeling capabilities allow builders and dealers to interact with the structural frame, finding potential conflicts that can be solved while still in the planning stages.
  • Software and collaboration tools enable increased efficiencies when making changes, and savings in transportation costs and job site waste.
  • Better load distribution and better analysis allow designers to put the right amount of material where it is needed, and eliminate it where it is not required.