UK STRE (ME)
A $2m contract, this project was broken down into a multiple phases to deliver what the client had specified. Here are some of those requirements:
· Construction of two bunded concrete pads to accommodate a fuel tank and a generator.
· Supply of the generator and fuel tank.
· A further three concrete bases for air conditioning units.
· The installation of a total of 32 Texas Barriers (also called T Walls and Bremer Walls), portable steel reinforced concrete walls which act as blast protection.
· A concrete Collective Protection System (ColPro) installed on site.
· Adding interceptor drains to the existing concrete pad area.
· The supply and installation of 10 bespoke office units including all electrical and mechanical work.
· Supply and installation of an ablutions unit with Western style toilets and urinals.
· Installation of emergency drench shower facilities.
In addition to the above items the Kepi team removed all redundant equipment and also dealt with and disposed of all the construction waste.
Being able to work on projects like this one at Bagram Airfield is a strength as far Kepi are concerned. Whether its completing or refurbishing an existing facility, working as an additional contractor to a main contractor or actually being the main contractor themselves the team are very flexible. No job is too small or large because of this flexibility. In country management and staff can be quickly and easily supplemented by other members of the team. All of whom are used to working in conflict regions and diverse cultural communities. A strong record of delivery across all types of work ensures clients get excellent levels of service and quality.