President / RME
Bruce Kim has been in the construction industry for 26 years and built hundreds of homes. Bruce is a 4th generation builder in Hawaii. He wanted to change the perception of a “Contractor” and how people viewed them, his mission has always been of great customer service and fair dealings. Bruce started his construction career as a laborer and worked his way to carpenter. He was placed in the field to know and understand every facet of the industry.
“I love the relationships we build with our homeowners. We go through a journey with them. It is the largest investment they will make in their lives. We get to know them well, they become our family, we hug, we laugh and we enjoy the process. We want the best for them and it shows. People can recognize if someone is genuine or not.”
Rodney Kim is Vice President of Atlas construction. He facilitates in designing of homes with families and oversees the marketing department. Rodney served in the air force as an avionics technician. After his service Rodney became a graduate of Hawaii State Electricians Apprenticeship Program and worked as a Journeymen electrician. He continues his education in the construction industry and has completed multiple courses in anticipation of receiving national recognition in various designations such as “Certified Green Builder”. Rodney’s philosophy in designing a custom home is that it does not have to be one that costs a lot of money, rather one that fits the use and needs of the family.
“I like to take a family’s needs and use of space to tailor a home layout that works for their specific purpose.”
One of the founding family members of Atlas Construction. Reyna is an integral part of the Administrative branch and keeps multiple facets of the company together. Reyna has been working in the administrative sector for over 15 years, starting in healthcare then over to construction.
“Construction is in my DNA I think my brothers may have been born with a hammer and blueprints and my first word could have very well been construction.”
Senior Project Manager
Rance is the Senior Project Manager. With over 20 years’ of experience; from expediter to being a journeymen carpenter for the Hawaii’s Carpenter Union, Rance, has been able to have “hands on” experience of what works and what doesn’t work in the field. Rance’s professionalism , knowledge, and experience comes from working in a managing position on various sized government projects ranging from being a foremen on $20,000 -$1,000,000 jobs to supervising a couple of $30 million+ projects.
Josh is one of the founding family members of Atlas and is also an Aging in Place and Universal design specialist. Joshua has received multiple certifications recognized by the NAHB and will be receiving his Master Builder designation this year. His most recent certification is in Advanced Green building Science and Risk management in 2016.
“Helping families achieve their dreams is what fuels my passion for construction and seeing their smiles of gratitude when the job is complete.”
Assistant Project Manager
Kimi keeps the Production team moving forward and is the hub of our communication with subs and vendors. The relationship she’s created with Atlas’s vendors and sub-contractors has played a big part in maintaining consistency and punctual timelines for the completion of projects. Kimi enjoys being a part of the creation and strives to meet all homeowner’s requests in the completion of building our families dream homes.
“I’m proud to know that I work for a Family Company that truly has the best interest for the families we build for.”
Nathan has worked “hands on” in multiple professions within the construction and real estate sectors. Nathan’s aim is to coordinate a homeowners project needs in specializing the design of the project to get the most out of their budget from the start of the initial consultation, to the beginning of the project design, and to the completion of the projects construction. Former Loan Officer, Real Estate Graduate, Graduate of Hawaii State Mason Apprenticeship Program, Ranked 1st place in Hawaii’s 1st Annual State Wide Contest, Mason Journeyman, Mason Foreman, Former Medical Technician in Coordinating Home Care Needs in Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Home Care Medical Equipment, Former Certified Technician Everest & Jennings Power and Manual Wheelchair.
“I have been in the construction industry for over 20 years and my family has been doing real estate and real estate developing for 4 generations. I understand not only project designing but also project budget analyzing.”
Project Design & Selections Coordinator
Student of Interior Design, graduate of CAPS (certified aging in place specialist), CGA (certified graduate associate)
Mother to an incredibly loving and brilliant teenager. Aunty to many, many, many amazing kiddos
Hobbies include reading and running and eating (more towards the latter). Favorite colors in order of appearance daily: hot pink, lime green, teal blue
In a former life I was an Art Gallery Director, Advertising Account Executive, Language Arts School Director, Jack of all Trades…
Mary specializes in designing kitchens, baths, ADU’s, and working with small yet challenging spaces. Being proficient in Chief Architect CAD program allows her to utilize her skills and many years of experience to transform spaces to ensure a creative, functional and beautiful design plan that maximizes the layout for each family’s needs, whether it be updating an existing layout, remodeling or renovating, which she has accomplished for many families here in Hawaii.
“My goal is to combine functionality with beautiful aesthetics to inspire and enhance the lives of our clients.”
She loves spending her downtime with family, relaxing, exploring, and trying out new things.