Environmental Footprint Reduction at Multiple Locations in Afghanistan

Construction: Civil Works/Infrastrucutre, Light Steel Frame, Deconstruction/Demolition, Waste Removal

Emergency & Disaster Response: Debris Removal & Disposal, Repair & Reclamation of Assets, Temporary Housing & Infrastructure

Global Stability & Support: Life Support Services, Manpower Services, Vehcilce & Fleet Maintenance, Security Management, Telecommunications

MMR & Environmental Services: Risk Assessment and Contingency Planning, Thrid Party Quality Assurance and Safety, Technical Surveys, UXO Clearance, Battle Area Clearance of UXO, ERW, Cluster Munitions, and MEC, Post Clearance Verification and Quality Assurance Surveillance

Logistics & Procurement: Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance of Fleet Vehicles, Oversight Pricing, Ordering & Delivering of Supplies & Equipment, Supply Chain Management, Cost Control

Training: UXO, IED & Landmine Awareness

Under this $51M contract, RELYANT performed reduction, renovation, deconstruction and other services in Afghanistan through the International Remediation and Environmental Services Program. The primary goal of this project was to return existing forward base locations to their original condition following reduction of U.S. footprint overseas. RELYANT also provided general camp maintenance support to the area FOBs, deploying 7 teams simultaneously across 3 separate and geographically diverse locations in Afghanistan. Scope of work for camp maintenance support included management of over 55 million pounds of materials identified, characterized, reduced, and recycled or disposed to include concrete, sand, rock, soil, electrical material, plastics, metal, wood, and miscellaneous debris. RELYANT field forces accumulated 549,813 exposure hours and experienced zero safety-related incidents. RELYANT performed the transition joint inventory and took possession of 1,192 pieces of Government Furnished Property (GFP), valued at over $4.5M, with the later addition of 4,000 additional items.