Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) – Philadelphia District
Client Needs and Requirements:
The existing communications infrastructure at Camp Phoenix was temporary in nature and haphazardly installed. With the decision to make the base a more permanent base in Afghanistan, USACE required a robust backbone for Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPR), Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPR), Coalition Enterprise Information Exchange-Secret (CENTRIXS) and DSN throughout Camp Phoenix.
Challenges and ISI’s Response:
The major challenge of this project was coordinating daily activities on the base with necessary construction. All traffic had to be rerouted while sections of the roadway were temporarily removed and refinished. This became a major task and involved significant planning and organization.d all of the EUBs were occupied, requiring extensive coordination and pre-planning to minimize impact to ongoing operations.
ISI completed the project almost three months ahead of schedule and within budget, and received Excellent reviews on our Past Performance Questionnaire.