History and Contracts Won By IAP Worldwide Services

IAP Worldwide is a leading global service company with more than sixty years of experience providing a broad spectrum of solutions and services to organizations, international government agencies, and the U.S. IAP integrates and leverages its capabilities to offer reliable, safe, and innovative solutions to meet customers’ complex challenges. Cape Canaveral, FL, is where IAP headquarters are located in and still operates in more than a hundred locations in twenty countries internationally. They also maintain other offices in Panama City, Washington, D.C., Middle East and the United Kingdom.

One of the many contracts IAP has won over the years;

IAP Awarded the Honduras Power Plant Contract
IAP Services, Inc. got awarded a contract at the power plant in Soto Cano, Honduras Joint Task Force Bravo base. The project was estimated to take a three year period beginning June 2, 2015, valued at $9 million.

IAP Worldwide was supposed to be responsible for the operations & management dockets as well as the primary power distribution that the U.S. resides. These also included repairing and maintaining of the generators and the existing medium and high Voltage electrical systems. The project personnel was seven working on five generators with a capacity of 7 megawatts and the primary electrical substation.

DOD’s Counter Narcotics and Global Threats Operations and Logistics Support

IAP was awarded a contract under USAF valued at $975 million for supporting the counternarcotics and global threats operations as well as logistics support.

IAP Wins Power Contract in Afghanistan
IAP international got awarded a contract valued at $17 million to provide permanent power at (F.O.B) forward operating base Dwyer in Afghanistan, Helmand Province.

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The work consisted of providing 5 megawatts of continuous power as well as the installation, maintenance, operations, and transportation of the Power Plant. The contract also included the operations and maintenance as well as the repairs of the distribution system of the F.O.B. The project was expected to be completed by May 1, 2011.

Awarded Contract to Provide Air Traffic Control and Navigation Equipment Maintenance by NATO
NATO awarded IAP a five-year contract to provide airfield management, and maintenance of navigation equipment services, for (KAF) Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. The contract had a three year base period with a potential value of $113 million.

IAP was providing these services at Kandahar Airfield as well as other airports in the surrounding region since the year 2003 for the Department of Defense.

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