Operation Maintenance Water Treatment Plant -M68450‐06‐M‐4090

Gilgamis Group has successfully completed tasks regarding waste water treatment plant and environmental remedy operations (Waste Water Treatment Plant-22132) at Al Asad Air Base during The Operation Iraq Freedom. Geographically Al Asad Air Base is located about 100 miles (160 km) west of Baghdad with a perimeter of more than 15 miles (24 km), and is the second largest USAF base in Iraq. The contractual operations started with the waste water treatment plant renovations and remedies for the ruined sections and finishing the renovations, Gilgamis Group was assigned as the prime contractor to provide facility operation-maintenance services for the waste for treatment complex. It was the only waste water treatment facility in the base and it was utilized during the authorization of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF). Other major tenants have included the 82nd

Airborne Division Advise & Assist Brigade, 321st Sustainment Brigade, VOD-1,[1] VAQ-142, Navy Customs Battalion Juliet, elements of the Iraqi Army’s 7th Division, and the United States Air Force (USAF). Technically, Gilgamis Group performed daily visits (365 days/year) and necessary testing and record keeping complying with U.S. Military Standards for quality, collected monthly Pollutant Dischage Ellimination Systems in accordance with the regulations and laws regarding clean water act. Specifically, we maintained the ultraviolet purification system with the provision of replacement lamps and ultraviolet tubes. Another aspect of management system was the chemicals complying with the environmental standards which empose materials non-hazardous to the environment; we provided the best chemicals in accordance with the U.S. Military standards equal to National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems act. The testing equipment for chlorine residual, dissolved oxygen and PH monitoring and related daily record keeping was also provided by Gilgamis Group.

Contractually, the agreement between the client (U.S. Government) and Gilgamis Group had been renewed with several task orders. However, the basic acquisition methods had been utilized to source the successful contractor to perform the services for the maintenance of the facility and related structures. Eventually, Gilgamis Group was the awardee with its professional personnel, equipment sources already deployed in the base as well as a well established logistics system to source spare parts and related maintenance equipment , despite the most contingent moments of the on-going war against the insurgents. Gilgamis Group , undertaking the services in 2003, completed its operations in 2011 with a zero incident environment (zero accidents, zero environmental incidents).

Note: The operation performed at Al Asad Airbase is consisting of different contract and task order numbers performed during the period between 2003 to 2011. Referencing information can be acquired with a written request from the management

Rental Trucks -H0056

Gılgamış provided trucks (heavy vehicles) including all terrain vehicles at Al Asad Base in 2005. All vehicles and associated equipment were provided safely operable and met the safety standards. The vehicles met the intended functions and operations of like new condition and be in accordance with this PWS, the contract, and U.S., Host Nation, and local laws and regulations. The We hired and maintained an appropriate number of personnel in order to perform the requirements of this contract, regarding scheduled maintenance and othe contractual issues.

Operation-Maintenance Water Treatment Plant

Gilgamis  has successfully completed tasks regarding water treatment plant and environmental remedy operations at Al Asad Air Base during The Operation Iraq Freedom. Geographically Al Asad Air Base is located about 100 miles (160 km) west of Baghdad with a perimeter of more than 15 miles (24 km), and is the second largest USAF base in Iraq. The contractual operations started with the water treatment plant renovations and remedies for the ruined sections and finishing the renovations, Gilgamis  was assigned as the prime contractor to provide facility operation-maintenance services for the waste for treatment complex. It was the only waste water treatment facility in the base and it was utilized during the authorization of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF). Other major tenants have included the 82nd

Airborne Division Advise & Assist Brigade, 321st Sustainment Brigade, VOD-1,[1] VAQ-142, Navy Customs Battalion Juliet, elements of the Iraqi Army’s 7th Division, and the United States Air Force (USAF). Technically, Gilgamis Group performed daily visits (365 days/year) and necessary testing and record keeping complying with U.S. Military Standards for quality, collected monthly Pollutant Dischage Ellimination Systems in accordance with the regulations and laws regarding clean water act. Specifically, we maintained the ultraviolet purification system with the provision of replacement lamps and ultraviolet tubes. Another aspect of management system was the chemicals complying with the environmental standards which empose materials non-hazardous to the environment; we provided the best chemicals in accordance with the U.S. Military standards equal to National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems act. The testing equipment for chlorine residual, dissolved oxygen and PH monitoring and related daily record keeping was also provided by Gilgamis Group.

Contractually, the agreement between the client (U.S. Government) and Gilgamis Group had been renewed with several task orders. However, the basic acquisition methods had been utilized to source the successful contractor to perform the services for the maintenance of the facility and related structures. Eventually, Gilgamis Group was the awardee with its professional personnel, equipment sources already deployed in the base as well as a well established logistics system to source spare parts and related maintenance equipment , despite the most contingent moments of the on-going war against the insurgents. Gilgamis Group , undertaking the services in 2003, completed its operations in 2011 with a zero incident environment (zero accidents, zero environmental incidents).

Note: The operation performed at Al Asad Airbase is consisting of different contract and task order numbers performed during the period between 2003 to 2011. Referencing information can be acquired with a written request from the management