Between December 2012 and March 2013, the LOGCAP Regional Construction Team (RCT) constructed a Central Receiving and Shipping Point (CRSP) yard, and built and provided power to more than 50 facilities, built five storage structures and installed nearly 5,000 feet of chain link fencing at a Forward Operating Base (FOB).
Putting in more than 25,000 man hours during the intensive construction period, the RCT team’s main priority was always safety. As part of DI’s Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)’s “Target Zero” initiative, RCT team members successfully completed all projects incident-free.
“Working together, the RCT and HSE teams demonstrated a culture of safety in project execution,” explained DynCorp International deputy director Steven Zrake. “The RCT’s motto is ‘We Work Safely’ and they demonstrated that to perfection.”
The HSE team often works very closely, sometimes side-by-side, with project and field staff striving to instill a culture that places safety above all else. The HSE team builds a culture of safety, encouraging team members to “Lead with Character” and “Do the Right Thing,” always keeping safety the top priority.
DynCorp International and the LOGCAP Program
DynCorp International serves as one of the three contractors that support the U.S. and Coalition troops overseas under the LOGCAP IV contract. Among task orders awarded to DynCorp International on LOGCAP IV, the company supports the U.S. Army in Southern Afghanistan.
Under this task order, DI “is providing existing bases with operations and maintenance support, including facilities management, electrical power, water, sewage and waste management, laundry operations, food services, and transportation motor pool operations,” as well as construction services for other sites.