Multiple Projects in Afghanistan
Gilbane Federal constructed major infrastructure and critical facilities totaling more than $180 million in Kabul, Afghanistan.
A dedicated and internationally diverse team of U.S. employees, third-country nationals (TCNs) and local Afghanis use their combined expertise to support multiple projects delivered under contract vehicles such as Heavy Engineering Renovation and Construction (HERC), (Sustainment, Repair and Modernization (SRM) Acquisition and Task Order Contract) SATOC, Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC), Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and Combined Joint-Engineering (CJ-ENG) functions from the Program Management Office (PMO). We are proud to serve our valued clients, the Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and to demonstrate, through our actions every day, our commitment to unwavering integrity.
Proudly Serving our United States Military
Representative projects that our brave construction teams have worked on involved putting more than $180 million worth of construction in place and include:
- Pol-E Charki Prison Facility
- South Kabul Afghanistan International Airport (SKAIA): Design-build of new facilities, site improvements, force protection measures, utilities, and other infrastructure for the AMA Ground Forces Command, Garrison Support Unit, and Army Support Command to support 1,600 personnel.
- Ministry of Defense Headquarters and Garrison
- Camp Commando Phase 4 Facility and Infrastructure Upgrades (R175), Rish Kor, Kabul Province: Design-build services for renovation, demolition, and new construction at Camp Commando located approximately 18 kilometers southwest of Kabul City. The project involved electrical distribution and central power generation plant improvements, potable water and sanitary sewer infrastructure upgrades, and modifications to the existing entry control point.
- ANCOP Battalion Nahr-E-Saraj, Helmand Province: Design-build services for buildings, utilities, roads, force protection measures, site security, and demining activities for the ANCOP Patrol Battalion comprised of 500 personnel, an Afghan Police (ANP) organization.
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Building Trust Around the World
The Gilbane team built trusting international relationships through frequent communications with Afghan government agencies including the Afghanistan Attorney General’s Office (AGO), Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA), Medium Tax Office (MTO), and the Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD). These communications were critical to maintaining safe work conditions for our people, keeping projects moving on schedule, and securing local commitments. Local subcontractor partnerships were a key element of producing successful projects.
Is Gilbane a fit for you?
Do you have a passion for teamwork? Are you ready to dedicate yourself to excellence and superior project execution? Is integrity one of your most important values? Do you want to work internationally? Then Gilbane may be the perfect fit for you.