Tasked with providing 5 Medical Shelters, totaling 1,911 Beds. Each shelter included Mobile Showers, Mobile Bathroom Trailers, ADA Compliant Shower, Bathroom Trailers, Potable Water, Heavy Duty Cots, Linen Service, and Laundry Service, Power Generation, Sleep Kits, GFI Stringers, 10×10 ft. Partitions.
Following the January 12, 2010, Haiti earthquake, AshBritt immediately set to work implementing a response plan. AshBritt mobilized an extensive fleet of over 50 pieces of heavy equipment for our demolition and removal of damaged structures throughout Haiti.
AshBritt built a 5-acre man camp capable of supporting 300 workers. This camp including many construction projects and builds including:
- A modular kitchen and dining room that could serve over 1,000 meals per day
- Two refrigerated food storage units
- A medical unit with a triage center and various medical equipment
- Multiple sanitary facilities, showers, bathrooms and wash stations
- Portable Laundry Facility
- 10 modular homes which included a bathroom, office, and bedroom in each
- 40 modular living modules capable of housing up to 8 people each
- 12 modular villas with a bathroom and kitchenette
- Physical fitness unit
Mobilization of all equipment required:
- 2 100-meter RORO transport ships.
- 6 40-meter bow loading RORO transport ship.
- Multiple private aircraft into PAP.
- 25 Man construction crew for camp setup and offloading.
- 8 Man administrative and project management staff.
AshBritt provided living accommodations (temporary and long term) and offsite meals and transportation for various aid agencies, including:
Doctors without Borders
Multiple missionary teams
Haiti Recovery Group field teams