When Rapid Execution Matters

When disaster strikes, experience is key. From Hurricane Sandy clean up to constructing COVID-19 alternate care facilities in less than a month, Conti Federal has an extensive background in rapidly mobilizing our teams for disaster clean-up, recovery, and rebuilds. Differentiated by speed and agility, we have a long record of delivering complex projects on aggressive schedules for clients ranging from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to FEMA.

Conti Federal’s success in rapid mobilization comes from a combination of factors. First and foremost, we harness a proactive mindset. By understanding what’s going on in the world, we can begin planning before disaster even strikes and respond more quickly should an emergency take place. Secondly, we tap into our considerable self-perform resources to deploy rapidly. And when that isn’t an option, we are able to rely on our our extensive network of subcontractors and vendors throughout the world to help us deploy and assist in even the most remote locations.

In this image: Conti Federal retrofitted the Barracks Wing of the U.S. Virgin Islands National Guard’s Regional Training Institute into an Alternate Care Facility for acute COVID-19 patients.

In this image: Conti Federal mobilized 100% of project crews within four days to clear 174,000 tons of hurricane waterway debris along the Atlantic Coast.

In this image: Conti Federal performed this design-build project repairing major jetty and dike systems to protect communities in six locations along the Gulf of Mexico.

In this image: Within 24 hours of receiving notice of the award, Conti Federal deployed to begin the conversion of a hospital gymnasium into a space capable of providing care for up to 30 COVID-19 patients.

In this image: Under the Omaha Rapid Response contract, Conti Federal was tasked with the design and construction of emergency housing for hurricane-displaced residents.

In this image: Named Best Overall Project of the Year by Engineering News-Record in 2010, Conti Federal cleared hazardous wastes, electronic waste, and demolition debris in the aftermath of a natural catastrophe.

In this image: Under the United States Army Corps of Engineer's Rapid Response Program, Conti Federal worked on barges to underpin pier foundations and stabilize a bridge during active traffic.