ATCO Structures & Logistics has a project office in Haiti to manage the re-building of the country after the earthquake in January 2010.
ATCO built facilities designed to sustain 209 km winds for resistance against Category 3 hurricanes. Each structure was built after Haiti’s devastating earthquake in January 2010 and are prime examples of ATCO’s experience in providing disaster relief.
These self-contained, flexible membrane structures feature metal ribs and include air-conditioning, portable toilets, desks and office supplies, and primary and back-up power generators. The facilities were built under budget and required construction crews to overcome adverse conditions to achieve their objectives.The project includes facilities on sites in or near Port-au-Prince on the grounds of the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Health, and the former United States Embassy site. The three facilities provide offices for 280 civil servants serving in the ministries of Planning, Health and Agriculture.
ATCO has two additional contracts in Haiti:
Specialty Shelter Solutions
ATCO provides a number of specialty shelters designed to suit the users needs, the geography, climate and time-sensitivity for deployment. In Haiti, we can provide:
ATCO Group is a worldwide organization of companies engaged in Structures & Logistics, Utilities and Energy. More information about ATCO can be found on its website at www.atco.com.