GAT’s sister company performs multiple, simultaneous construction task orders in support of National Guard Bureau (NGB) activities. These multi-discipline scopes of work include construction, repair and alteration of various facilities, electrical systems, mechanical systems, concrete and/or asphalt paving as well as demolition of facilities. On one contract alone, we have performed 18 task orders ranging in value from $200 to $3.14 million; all were completed on-time or ahead of schedule and had outstanding ratings. Additionally, our sister company recently completed a $105 million hospital. Typical construction services include complete architectural, mechanical, electrical and life safety refurbishment, selective demolition and abatement and integrated Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) requirements into the design.
GAT supports the National Guard Bureau Consequence Management Support Center under a $216m IDIQ contract for a full range of contractor logistics support for the supply support, maintenance support, purchasing, training, and help desk support for geographically dispersed teams: Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams (CST); Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP); and Homeland Response Force (HRF). These teams respond to natural disaster, man-made threats, or other incidents within the U.S. Department of Defense area of responsibility.
GAT’s sister company currently supports the NGB and US Air Force on contracts providing a full range of logisitics, supply, and maintenance support. For the estimated $45-million NGB contract, our team develops and executes a logisitcs-support system customized to meet the operation requirements of specific homeland defense missions, with the capability to support contingency operations 24 hour/day, seven days/week when ordered. Likewise, we provided Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) with a broad range of supplies, equipment, mobility bags, clothing, weapons and other materials required in support of the 325th Fighter Wing, associated units and DoD agencies on a nearly $39 million contract. These are both SECRET-level security contracts.