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  • 1. Responder Base Camps 2010 Chatham County Hurricane Conference May 3, 2010 Richard Cheek, Deployed Resources, LLC
  • 2. TURN-KEY RESPONDER BASE CAMPS/FOB/COB/COL/ILOC SUPPORT FOOD SERVICE SHOWERS LAUNDRIES RESTROOMS WATER SYSTEMS POWER & HVAC BILLETING Government Services
  • 3. What is Base Camp Life Like? Hurricane Andrew 1992 Photo - FEMA
  • 4. Where am I gonna sleep? Hurricane Andrew 1992 Photo - FEMA
  • 5. How will the food be?
  • 6. Where do I bathe?
  • 7. I can’t wear the same clothes for weeks ?
  • 8. Turn-Key FOB/COB/COL Support
  • 9. Food Service
    • Turn-Key dining facilities include management, staffing, TISA draws, food storage, preparation and serving as well as modular kitchen assemblies compliant with safety and sanitation guidelines
    • Climate controlled dining for 50 - 5,000 plus soldiers per meal
    • 14 or 21 day rotating menu
    • Overseen by trained chefs (Certified Food Handlers and Supervisors)
    • Operated IAW AR 30-22, Army Food Service Program, MCRP 4-11.8A Marine Corps Field Feeding Program
  • 10. Containerized Kitchens
    • Capable of serving over 1,500 persons per meal in the 4 unit configuration
    • Completely self contained
    • All stainless steel interior
    • Equipped with lighting, exhaust hoods, fire suppression, HVAC, and complete kitchen with refrigeration and dry storage.
  • 11. Containerized Showers
    • Each unit has 6 individual shower stalls with integrated changing areas.
    • Includes lavatory sinks, hot and cold water, climate control and interior lighting
    • Easily adaptable to existing municipal water and sewer systems or can operate from on-site tanks
  • 12. Containerized Restrooms
    • Facilities for men and women
    • Housed in rugged 20’ containers
    • Interior lighting, flushing toilets, sinks, ventilation, HVAC and privacy walls
    • Positioning on
    • ground or trailer
  • 13. Temporary Laundry Facilities
    • Containerized Laundry Unit contains 6 stacked washers and dryers housed in a rugged 20’ container
    • Large Scale Tented Facilities are also available.
    • Fluff and Fold Service available (capable of laundering ACUs, MCCUUs)
  • 14. Climate Controlled Billeting
    • Soft Wall Housing Facilities
    • Raised Flooring
    • Climate Controlled
    • Self Closing Doors
    • Fire Extinguishers, Exit Signs
  • 15. Containerized Berthing Units
    • Relocatable modular shelters for 1-4 occupants in 1 or 2 room models
    • Independent climate control systems
    • Bed, storage locker, shelving, lighting, outlets, and a desk
    • Positioning on ground or trailer for mobility.
  • 16. Relocatable Offices
    • Each relocatable is equipped with 2 desks, 4 storage lockers, remote controlled heating and cooling, a 4 drawer file cabinet, fire alarm & fire extinguisher, and ample outlets.
    • Optional satellite connectivity can be added for remote deployments.
  • 17. Tactical Operations Centers
    • Climate controlled
    • Scalable Floor plan
    • Furnished
    • Powered
  • 18. Water & Wastewater
    • Base camp infrastructure includes a water distribution system to support kitchens, showers, laundries, lavatories, and other camp requirements.
    • All water related equipment is NSF61 potable water rated and water quality testing is performed weekly IAW TB Med 577, FM 21-10 and MCRP 4-11.1D.
    • Wastewater is routed to onsite approved sewer locations or collected in tanks via enclosed macerator pumps and piping systems.
    • If an onsite sewer is not available, all wastewater is transported offsite via sealed vacuum tankers and disposed of at a permitted disposal facility.
    • Onsite Potable Water Treatment (ROWPU) and onsite wastewater treatment (FAST) systems.
  • 19. Bulk/Drinking Water Support
    • NSF Rated Potable Water Tank/Bladders
    • Stainless Steel Tankers-DOH Certified
    • Drinking Stations
  • 20. Waste Water Collection Pressure Hoses with Cam Lock Fittings Modular Sealed Piping - Bauer HD/HDPE 1500-21000 Gallon Holding Tanks Macerator Pumping Stations
  • 21. Power Generation
    • Diesel/JP8 powered generators, distribution, and fuel, are provided to power all related equipment and facilities.
    • All equipment is NEMA 3R rated for outdoor use and installed by trained electrical technicians in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC).
    • Distribution and additional outlets are routed as required by facility and site configuration as required by client.
  • 22. BASE CAMP PLANNING
  • 23.
    • Is sewer - onsite and operational?
    • Is potable water - onsite and operational?
    • Is shore power – on site and operational?
    • The site having infrastructure available is an advantage but not a show stopper.
    • Are on-site buildings available for possible use for Camp,
    • Any other site assets or assets that the site can provide.
    INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 24. PHYSICAL AREA
    • 250 Person Camp: 170,000 sq. ft. for Camp, 80,000 sq. ft. for parking
    • 500 Person Camp: 170,000 sq. ft. for Camp, 160,000 sq. ft. for parking
    • 750 Person Camp: 200,000 sq. ft. for Camp, 240,000 sq. ft. for parking
    • 1000 Person Camp: 225,000 sq. ft. for Camp, 320,000 sq. ft. for parking
    • 1500 Person Camp: 275,000 sq. ft. for Camp, 480,000 sq. ft. for parking
    • 43,500 sq. ft. = 1 acre
    •  
  • 25. SITE CONDITIONS
    • Relatively flat.
    • Ground type - Asphalt, Grass, roads, how does the ground handle rain or snow?
    • Internal accessibility for service trucks (fuel, gray and backwater, food service trucks)
    • Drainage: any low areas or areas that potentially flood.
  • 26. WATER AND SEWER
    • 250 Camp.
      • Water: tap a 2" line. Sewer: 2,500 GPD
    • 500 Camp.
      • Water: tap a 2" line. Sewer: 5,000 GPD
    • 750 Camp.
      • Water: tap a 4" line. Sewer: 7,500 GPD
    • 1000 Camp.
      • Water: tap a 4" line. Sewer: 10,000 GPD
    • 1500 Camp.
      • Water: tap a 4" line. Sewer: 10,000 GPD
    • Are one or more fire hydrants in proximity of the site?
  • 27. DEISEL
    • 250 camp - 500 gal/day
    • 500 camp - 700 gal/day
    • 750 camp - 1200 gal/day
    • 1000 camp - 1200 gal/day
    • 1500 camp - 1500 gal/day
  • 28. PROPANE
    • 250 camp
      • 400 gal/week summer, 700 gal/week winter
    • 500 camp
      • 400 gal/week summer, 700 gal/week winter
    • 750 camp
      • 550 gal/week summer, 900 gal/week winter
    • 1000 camp
      • 650 gal/week summer, 1,000 gal/week winter
    • 1500 camp
      • 650 gal/week summer, 1,000 gal/week winter
  • 29. Mobilization
    • 1” Aluminum framing to maximize interior space.
    • Plug & play water and electrical connections
    • Insulated to R29
    • Mechanical area is self contained in separate area accessible from the outside.
  • 30. Environmental Issues
    • Committed to a positive environmental position.
    • Utilize ”Green” initiatives in daily operations
      • Recycle
      • Flex fuel
      • CFL Lights
    • Fully adhere to environmental requirements of the installation.
      • Red Cockaded Woodpeckers, Ft Bragg
      • Gopher Tortoise, Camp Blanding
      • Copperheads, Camp Shelby
    • Site specific safety plans.
    • Zero footprint at demobilization.
  • 31. Past Performance
    • 1” Aluminum framing to maximize interior space.
    • Plug & play water and electrical connections
    • Insulated to R29
    • Mechanical area is self contained in separate area accessible from the outside.
  • 32. Past Performance
    • 1” Aluminum framing to maximize interior space.
    • Plug & play water and electrical connections
    • Insulated to R29
    • Mechanical area is self contained in separate area accessible from the outside.
  • 33. Hurricane Ike Beaumont Texas 2000 person camp
  • 34. Hurricane Ike Orange Texas 500 person camp
  • 35.