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To support base operations and enable the removal of expensive spot generation, the U.S. government needed a centralized power plant in Konduz.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracted WSP to support the base. WSP delivered a turnkey solution that included:
WSP assisted in the immediate recovery efforts required by the US Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA by quickly deploying generators and cabling.
The US Army Corps of Engineers relied on WSP to combine two existing power plants into one, capable of efficiently producing 5 MW of continuous power.
The Al Asad military base needed to install new equipment with minimal power disruption. WSP installed a 35 MW power plant and distribution system
The US Army Corps of Engineers relied on WSP to design, build, and maintain a dual-frequency power plant solution at the Tarin Kot base.
The US Army Corps of Engineers needed to connect a training facility to the Schofield Barracks power grid, selecting WSP was to complete the project.
WSP provided the US Army Corps of Engineers a turnkey power solution and distribution system at the Iraq Victory base
WSP delivered a custom engineered solution to upgrade the Pol-e-Charki power plant for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
WSP successfully designed and installed a 5 MW power plant at Forward Operating Base Dwyer base in just 45 days for the US Army Corps of Engineers.
To support the US military’s demobilization from Victory Base Complex, WSP constructed two dedicated power plants for RPC and Sather Air Force Base.
When the Bolo Point power and distribution systems required an upgrade, Louis Berger engineered, furnished and installed standby electrical power systems.