MOI Representative General Yaqoob and Ti Project Manager Zabi Sarfaraz
Unidientified MOI Representatives
USACE Representative Col. Smith presents Ti Project Manager Zabiullah Sarfaraz a certificate of appreciation
A view of the inside of the warehouse
Another view of the warehouse interior
Technologists, Inc. Cuts Ribbon on Afghan MOI Technical Center Warehouse
February 8, 2012
Technologists, Inc. (Ti), an international engineering and management consulting company that works primarily in challenging and remote environments, has completed Phase 1 of the rehabilitation and renovation of the Afghan Ministry of Interior Technical Center Warehouse in Kabul.
Ti completed the project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan Engineer District (USACE AED). Representatives of Ti, USACE AED, and the Afghan National Police participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the project site on February 6, 2012.
The scope of work included rehabilitating and renovating six existing buildings, and demolishing, renovating, or constructing more than ten additional buildings and systems, including an electrical substation, tire and battery shop, water system, warehouse, heavy maintenance building, body shop, woodshop, and main office. The buildings are all part of existing facilities for the Ministry of Interior Technical Center in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Since entering Afghanistan in 2004 Ti has completed more than 50 projects for USACE, ranging from single buildings and roads to complex facilities with multiple buildings plus all associated infrastructure—water and wastewater systems, heating, electrical power generation and distribution, communications and Internet systems, trash collection, roads and parking areas, and interior and perimeter security systems.
Ti has an additional 16 projects valued at $256.6 million underway in Afghanistan for the USACE and other clients.
With more than 1,000 employees’the vast majority of them Afghan professionals—Ti is Afghanistan’s largest engineering services company, dedicated to both the building of projects and the sustained growth of its engineering and construction community.
Training Manager Usman Khairandish and Deputy VP Wali Shairzay