Construction, Operations, and Maintenance
ANHAM's solutions cover a broad array of services related to the construction industry. Our engineers and construction managers' plan, design, build and maintain facilities, buildings and site infrastructure. ANHAM's global project management team directs the delivery of projects through local companies and in collaboration with international partners. Our clients include U.S. Government agencies, foreign governments, international organizations and multi-national corporations.
ANHAM has executed facilities and infrastructure construction projects for government complexes, military bases, construction camps, communication and power facilities, hospitals and warehouses. Our facilities' construction solutions are full-service and cover engineering, procurement, construction, operations, maintenance and facility management services.
Our Services Include:
Construction, Design and Management
• Design and Engineering
• Project Management
• Procurement of Construction Materials
• Transportation of Materials and Equipment
• Warehousing and Asset Management
• Vehicle Fleet and Equipment Maintenance
Operations and Maintenance
• Base and Camp Facilities
• Dining Facilities and Food Services
• Utility and Fire Protection Systems
• Security and IT Services
• Maintenance Services
• Workforce Management
Afghan National Security Forces Facility Operations and Maintenance
Afghanistan ($228 Million) – Under this country-wide facilities O&M program, ANHAM provides critical facilities support to the ANSF at both primary and remote Afghan National Army (ANA) and Afghan National Police (ANP) sites. ANHAM is responsible for delivering a wide array of services, such as operations and maintenance, repair, and minor construction for buildings, structures, utility systems, HVAC systems, grounds and yard areas, force protection facilities and other infrastructure.
The services under this project are being delivered at several hundred facilities and installations located in both the Northern and Southern sectors of Afghanistan, including large ANA military bases, remote Forward Operating Bases, ANP police stations, border check points, the Ministry of the Interior and other Ministry of Defense facilities and compounds.
CENTCOM Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)
Middle East Region (Up to $3.8 Billion) – ANHAM is engaged by the US Army Corps of Engineers to execute design-build and construction project throughout the 20 countries in the US Army Central Command (CENTCOM) region covering the Middle East and Central. The program covers an array of construction projects with Task Orders anticipated to range from $20 million to $100 million each. Projects will include, but are not limited to: Dining Facilities, Equipment/Vehicle Maintenance Facilities, Operations Facilities, Command and Control Facilities, Communication Centers, Training Facilities, Cargo Handling Areas, Road Construction, and Water Treatment Facilities.
National Maintenance Contract
Iraq ($47+ Million) – ANHAM constructed Life Support Camps for over 2,000 persons at 10 different sites throughout Iraq. The project included design, site surveys, land clearing, procurement, management and construction of camps for approximately 150 to 250 persons at each site. The design plans called for the establishment of living quarters, sidewalks between structures, parking lots, dining facilities, utilities (electric, water and sewage), Morale Welfare and Recreation MWR facilities and secure Entry and Exit Control Points. Additionally, security barriers were installed around the sites.
Immediately upon award, ANHAM drew upon our local resources to source, hire and mobilize a construction team of over 100 local national workers. Additionally, ANHAM utilized local vendors to obtain 100 percent of the construction materials and equipment for the project. Construction was completed in just over eight weeks and the Life Support Area's (LSA's) were able to begin operations on time and in compliance with contractual requirements.
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Iraq ($300 Million) – ANHAM was awarded the Strategic Supply Chain Management and Distribution System Contract to operate and maintain the Wholesale Distribution Center Warehouse and staging facilities at Abu Ghraib and Umm Qasr. The contract included the design and construction of two new Dining Facilities (DFAC's), site preparation, layout and installation of prefabricated living quarters, renovation of old living quarters and remodeling of the old DFAC and living trailers into a large Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) facility. Most notably, both DFAC's were fully operational with a full-service kitchen, food storage area, serving lines, bathrooms, and ablution areas within 29 days of issuance of the Government's request.
Taji National Depot
Iraq ($350 Million) – ANHAM is currently contracted with the Iraq Joint Forces (IJF) and the Iraqi Ministry of Defense (IMOD) to establish a national logistics depot in Taji, Iraq. ANHAM built the Taji National Depot (TND), composed of separate Wheeled and Track Vehicle Maintenance facilities.
ANHAM constructed both Life Support and Workshop facilities for this major maintenance depot at Taji. The Life Support facilities were constructed to house 800 persons. The facilities included a living area, DFAC, MWR facilities, medical clinic and numerous office and administrative buildings, including all utilities (electric, water and sewage). ANHAM was also responsible for the equipment installation and related construction within 23 Track and Wheeled Depot Facilities, to include the Staging Yards where two 100-Ton movable cranes have been established.
Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI)
Afghanistan ($10 Million) – ANHAM has an ongoing project to build the Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI). At the conclusion of the project, ATVI aims to be part of an educational system within Afghanistan that works in close collaboration with the state government and major trade professionals.
ATVI now provides life support services for up to 500 students. Construction for other ATVI satellite campuses remains ongoing. In addition to satellite campuses, ANHAM built a girl's dorm at ATVI's main campus, which provides occupancy for 150 students. This facility meets the highest standards of quality with large, spacious rooms, well-equipped with modern bathing and dining amenities, recreational facilities and hot/cold water available 24 hours per day. The long-term goal is to construct and operate additional self-sustaining educational facilities throughout Afghanistan.
ATVI is 100% locally managed and operated. In fact, ATVI is well-regarded for its self-sustaining local employment model via its renowned Construction Program. The program provides construction-related skills and training to enrolled students. When students successfully complete their classes, the school provides opportunities to gain valuable experience in the Afghanistan construction industry. Managerial positions are also available to local Afghan graduates who wish to pursue a long-term career in Construction. Thus, ATVI routinely supplies Afghanistan and its local communities with a new group of knowledgeable construction professionals who will aid in the national rebuilding process.
M1114 Transfer Program
Iraq ($5+ Million) – Site surveys, engineering, design, construction and refurbishment of existing buildings were included in the scope of this project.
For the national and expatriate populations, ANHAM constructed living quarters, a dining facility, medical clinic, MWR facility, barber shop, laundry facility and a full-size football field. In addition, the security guard barracks and housing facilities for 86 guards were completely refurbished. The completed Life Support Area (LSA) consisted of 129 housing units designed to house 516 local nationals and an Expatriate Facility to house 53 expats, a Dining Facility capable of feeding 750 to 800 workers and all other amenities necessary to maintain operational readiness and quality of life.
Construction was completed in less than 2 1/2 months and the LSA was able to begin operations on time, within budget and in compliance with contractual requirements.