IAP Worldwide has been providing services for governments and private enterprise for over forty-five years. For the most part, these services are out of the ordinary, performed in hard to get to locations, in hazardous conditions throughout the world. In 1953 IAP, known as Pan Am World Services at the time, started construction in our countries first space complex in Cape Canaveral, FL., over the next four-plus decades IAP Worldwide has supported over 2500 hundred launches, including the manned shuttle program.
In 1989 Pan Am Services was acquired by Johnson Controls and became known as Johnson Controls Worldwide Services (JCWS). JCWS soon became a world leader in the management and maintenance of military and commercial facilities around the globe. JCWS found new ways to improve efficiency in energy consumption by automating the facilities lighting, security systems, and environmental controls. In 1990 Johnson Controls became known as IAP Worldwide a company that specializes in logistical support and procurement, supplying generators to our troops in Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm. Growing quickly, IAP soon became a trusted partner with the US Military and was able to win contracts to provide mobile power generation, transportation services, and international procurement in support of our troops. Over the next fifteen plus years, IAP Worldwide continued to grow and expand its services through a series of acquisitions and partnerships with companies that had products and specialties that would enhance the variety of services IAP could provide.
In more recent news, IAP was selected by the U.S. Navy to support their Global Contingency Services program. IAP will provide support services for humanitarian efforts, secondary construction of facilities in support of natural disasters, and participate in a full range of military actions. This $900 million dollar contract, managed by The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, will run through 2024 and is a good example of things to come for IAP.
Today IAP is a world leader in solving the most challenging problems, often working in harsh environments under extreme weather conditions, accomplishing missions that seem to others as impossible. Their ability to respond quickly to natural disasters with emergency power and much-needed supplies has helped countless people in every part of the world. Employing over 1600 men and women working in more than 110 locations and 20 countries around the world, IAP is unflagging in their efforts to accomplish the mission, assuring their customers no matter how difficult it gets they will never quit. You can follow this amazing company on Facebook or Linkedin.
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