2005-2006 Hurricane Katrina Base Camp

GFP has helped organizations large and small through some of the worst disasters in recent history.

GFP personnel have contributed to relief in a wide variety of All Hazard Disaster and Emergency response projects with high degrees of logistical complexity. GFP has provided multiple full service base camps for FEMA and State governments in response to hurricanes or other natural disasters.

GFP’s experience includes:

  • Full Service Base camp mobilization, installation, management, and demobilization
  • Managing Critical Warehouse distribution facilities
  • Managing Evacuation Shelter with Incident Management Teams, including Critical Transportation Needs Shelters (large populations), Medical Special Care Needs Shelters, Federal Medical Stations, and Sex Offender Shelters..
  • Comfort Station Missions, setting up and managing 72 locations all at the same time.
  • Sanitation Station Missions, restroom trailers, shower trailers, fluff and fold laundry service, cooling and charging stations, with full wrap-around services (potable, gray, black, power, and fuel).
  • Providing Catastrophe Management assistance working side by side with agency management in Emergency Operations Centers.
  • Providing and managing key staging locations for critical equipment and resources.
  • Providing initial-attack fire fighting hand crews, equipment (including mobile food service), and Incident Command System qualified personnel to the federal government and state governments on an annual basis.
  • Providing Incident Command System training via a Memorandum of Understanding with the U.S. Forest Service.

GFP’s commitment to providing disaster relief construction services has taken teams across the nation. We know it’s never a good time for disaster to strike, so we’re always ready. Our cadre of over 300 employees and disaster relief contractors are standing by 24 x 7 x 365.

A Proven Event Services and Support Provider with Excellent Performance History

“Great Company, leaders, crew, product, and the diversity of the group (EG. Fire, hurricane, flood, etc.). make them very efficient and familiar with ICS processes which allows for great information flow and solid communications.”

– Florida IMT, 2018 Hurricane Michael Response

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