The contract, awarded in 2013 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) – Pittsburgh District, Pennsylvania, allows IAP to provide emergency power, support to public works requirements, and engineering services during incidents of national significance.
"Today, we remain in constant contact with the U.S. Government and the various agencies supporting this mobilization ahead of Hurricane Matthew," shared Doug Kitani, IAP CEO and Director. "We are proud to be part of the solution to get the right support to the people impacted by this hurricane, and our team is again ready to do what it takes to sustain our customers and help the community."
The IAP teams located in Cape Canaveral Office have evacuated the region and the emergency operations center (EOC) in IAP Panama City Office is activated. For the last 48 hours, the IAP EOC staff led by John Matasich, has been coordinating around the clock efforts with several USACE Primary Response Teams, which include Pennsylvania, Washington, and Georgia districts. Additionally, IAP, through their partner ECC, is providing response options for Naval Facilities Engineering Command-directed missions in response to the storm.
A leading international services company for more than 60 years, IAP provides a broad spectrum of services and solutions to U.S. and international government agencies, and organizations. IAP's maintains offices in Washington, D.C., Florida, Maryland, Oklahoma, the United Kingdom and the Middle East, and operates in more than 110 locations in 27 countries. Visit www.iapws.com for more information.
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