Ti’s Architecture and Engineering (A&E) Services division has more than a decade of experience delivering award-winning design-build and site-adapt construction projects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), USAID, and other customers.
Since 2004 Ti has developed a portfolio of more than 80 projects (completed or underway) for USACE, USAID, German Development Bank (KfW), and private-sector clients.
Technologists, Inc. (Ti) recently expanded its international development portfolio by launching projects that improve governance, promote economic growth, and increase human capacity in Afghanistan.
Ti ships raw materials and finished products to all provinces of Afghanistan. Our Logistics division works closely with our Procurement and Security divisions to select the safest and most economically efficient transit routes for all types of goods.
Technologists, Inc. (Ti) furnishes security either as a discrete, independent service, or in conjunction with a project’s scope of work (SOW). Ti holds a Risk Management Company (RMC) license, issued by the Afghan Public Protection Force (APPF).
Ti staff experts draw on decades of experience in program management, corporate and project-based financial accounting and control systems, taxation, and legal issues.
Technologists, Inc. (Ti) provides Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services through our Construction division. Ti’s O&M services include routine, preventive, and corrective maintenance of facility systems and equipment.
Technologists, Inc. (Ti) sells construction materials and manufactured products made by the company's Production and Manufacturing Unit to a variety of customers in Afghanistan.
Ti provides the full spectrum of engineering, construction, and management services, and we work with clients from concept and design to installation and commissioning. Ti also has more than 15 years of experience providing logistics and life support, production and manufacturing, security and risk management, financial management, professional training, and capacity building.