Immediately following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, our
team members oversaw the transportation and installation of 47 armor-hardened
temporary housing units to the Canadian Embassy in Haiti. Each unit was
constructed in Houston, Texas, then transported to Haiti and constructed as a 2-
story complex on a former tennis court.
This included site development, installation of a hurricane anchoring system and
the construction of a complete infrastructure system for potable water, sewer,
power grid, secured data and phone transmission. All construction activities were
completed within 8 weeks of notice to proceed.
CLIENT: Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
CONTRUCTION COST: $9M