ANHAM's Facilities Management solutions include oversight, operations, food supply, food service and maintenance for government complexes, military bases, construction camps, communication and power facilities, hospitals, warehouses and general life support facilities.
In addition to construction and procurement, our facilities solutions are full-service and include personnel management, site and equipment inventory and operations and security.
Our Services Include:
Operations and Maintenance
• Base and Camp Facilities
• Dining Facilities, Cafes and Food Services
• Utility and Fire Protection Systems
• Equipment Inventory, Accounting and Distribution of Assets
• Rules, Regulations and Standards Compliance
• Maintenance and Grounds Keeping Services
Personnel Management and Support Services
• Workforce Management
• Personnel Training
• Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Security and Surveillance
• Security Infrastructure
• Security Architecture Development and Reinforcement
• Comprehensive Security and Protection Training
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. At over 1.5 million square feet, these warehouses are the two largest facilities of their kind in Iraq operated by the US Government.
The contract included the design and construction of two new Dining Facilities (DFAC's). Both DFAC's were fully operational with a full-service kitchen, food storage area, serving lines, bathrooms, and ablution areas, all set up within 29 days of issuance of the Government's request.
Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI)
Afghanistan ($10 Million) – The Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI) is a coeducational vocational school in Kabul, Afghanistan that provides a comprehensive educational experience for Afghan students. ATVI is a non-profit organization owned by the Afghan Education Fund (AEF). In collaboration with Knowlogy International, ANHAM provided an initial $2,000,000 requirement and subsequently secured $9,278,663 total to build and start the school. ATVI prepares its graduates for roles in key sectors of: agriculture/horticulture, construction, information and communications technology (ICT), vehicle maintenance, and business administration.
ATVI began operations in April 2007 and has since become entirely managed by Afghan citizens. ATVI strives to educate students not just from Kabul and the other major Afghan cities but also from rural provinces in all areas of the country. In addition, special efforts are made to recruit female applicants, specifically for ICT, construction, business management and agriculture/horticulture.
ATVI's first class completed its one-year program in March 2008 with 453 graduates, and the second class of more than 830 students graduated in May 2009. Female enrollment increased from 11% in ATVI's original class to nearly 30% in 2009 and continues to grow. The current class includes 1,500 students, as well as an additional 500 students enrolled in the new satellite campus called ATVI East, located in Laghman.
ATVI is unparalleled in scope and purpose because there are currently no other modern, fully-equipped and staffed schools in Afghanistan offering formal technical training at the post-secondary level. The ATVI facility consists of 30 large classrooms, one library, administrative offices, and seven workshops. The goal of ATVI is eventually to become self-sustaining, supported financially by the labor of skilled ATVI students who have been out-placed to the companies that need them.