Geographical Experience

Base Operating Support Services

Having simultaneously provided base operating support services for the U.S. Air Force, Navy, Army, and Coast Guard, PMC successfully operates and maintains utility systems; buildings and structures; communications-electronic systems; environmental systems; security and fire protection systems; equipment fleets; petroleum, oil, and lubricant systems; and road, ground, airfield, and harbor facilities.

As a complete supplier of support services, we offer expertise in supply, food service, transportation, billeting, custodial services, safety, security, fire protection, waste disposal, and hazardous waste management. We also operate barbershops, convenience stores, medical clinics, lounges, and recreational facilities, depending on a customer's requirements. Wrapping these services in a system of quality control, we gear your organization toward meeting the highest standards of performance possible.

Kuparuk || Alaska Radar System || Shemya Island || Amchitka Island
Kodiak Island || Midway Island || Wake Island

Valdez, Alaska

Chugach Alaska/Piquniq Services
Joint Venture for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company

  • Education of employees in state-of-the-art oil spill response techniques.
  • Maintenance of oil spill response equipment and SERVS industrial equipment.
  • Operation of deployment systems, recovery skimmers, and oil dispersant applicators.
  • Dock support at Valdez Port.
  • 1990-1993.

Kuparuk, Alaska

Kuparuk Industrial Center and Service Area 10
North Slope Borough

  • Maintenance of telecommunications equipment.
  • Vehicles and equipment maintenance.
  • Security and fire protection.
  • Fabrication shop services.
  • Vocational training.
  • Management services, including equipment and facility leasing.
  • Chemical analysis lab.
  • Operation of incineration facility.
  • Food and hotel service.
  • Operated since 1984.

Radar System

U.S. Air Force
  • Power generation and distribution.
  • Hazardous waste management.
  • Weather station.
  • Roads and runways.
  • Communications and electronic systems.
  • Heating/refrigeration systems, water/wastewater treatment.
  • Operated since 1994.

Shemya Island, Alaska

U.S. Air Force Eareckson Air Station
  • Facilities operation and maintenance.
  • Security and fire protection.
  • Electronics operation and maintenance, cargo handling, passenger service.
  • Weather support.
  • Food, billeting, supply, and transportation service.
  • Vehicle management.
  • Medical service.
  • Environmental compliance management.
  • Operated since 1995.

Amchitka Island, Alaska

U.S. Navy Relocateable Over-the-Horizon Radar (ROTHR)
  • Power generation and distribution.
  • Port and airfield operations.
  • Maintained more than 70 miles of roads.
  • Purchase, transport, and warehousing of all base materials.
  • Hazardous waste management.
  • Operation of communications and weather station.
  • Personnel support for civilian and military residents.
  • 1988-1993.

Kodiak, Alaska

U.S. Coast Guard Support Center
  • Construction and maintenance of facilities and equipment.
  • Roads and runways maintenance.
  • Hazardous materials management.
  • Vehicle maintenance.
  • Operation of heating/refrigeration systems, water/wastewater treatement, shop, and port facilities.
  • Custodial and housing maintenance services.
  • Operated 1991 to 1996.

Midway Island

U.S. Naval Air Facility
  • As many as 200 employees, including 160 foreign nationals.
  • Airfield, terminal, and freight facilities.
  • Communications and electronic systems.
  • Marine and seaport operations.
  • Hazardous waste management.
  • Power generation and distribution.
  • Food, billeting, janitorial, and medical services.
  • Operated 1992 to June 1997.

Navajo Area
Southwestern U.S.

MP2 Project Indian Health Service
  • Installation of DataStream MP2 maintenance management software.
  • Tailoring of software to site-specific needs.
  • Structuring for multi-site universality.
  • A mobile team of technicians/trainers.
  • On-site training in software application.
  • Performed 1995 to 1996.

Wake Island

U.S. Army Missile Launch Facility
(Formerly operated as Wake Island Air Force Base)
  • As many as 200 technicians and managers, including 160 foreign nationals.
  • Communications and electronic systems.
  • Airfield, terminal, and freight facilities.
  • Marine and seaport operations.
  • Hazardous waste management.
  • Power generation and distribution.
  • Security and fire protection.
  • Food, bulleting, janitorial, and medical services.
  • Operated 1991 to 1996.

Panama City, Florida

Technical Products Division
Landing Craft Air Cushion Parts Support/U.S. Navy
  • Purchase, receipt, and inventory of more than 1,600 LCAC vehicle parts.
  • Preparation of Assault Craft Units.
  • Shipping of parts to Naval amphibious bases.
  • Emergency supply and support services.
  • Computerized parts status tracking and invoice system.
  • Electronic assemblies and subassemblies manufacture and repair.
  • Began division in 1992.

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