From building a 1,500-person base camp in 72 hours in the wake of Hurricane Maria, a devastating Category 5 hurricane that became the most intense tropical cyclone on record to strike Puerto Rico, to delivering 40+ shower and laundry locations in response to Hurricane Harvey which devastated Texas and caused a major humanitarian crisis... we get it done.
In the event of a pandemic, natural disasters, civil disruptions, migrant populations, mass gatherings, or military operations, displaced populations need temporary facilities. With an inventory of assets and transportation capabilities, we are ready to respond with a full-line of specialized products and services. From conceptual planning, to turn-key base camp facilities, DMG has the experience and proven capabilities to provide comprehensive support services and project management for any disaster response application.
With a proven past performance to build large-scale base camps within 72 hours of Notice to Proceed (NTP), and one of the largest inventories of life support assets in North America at our headquarters in Florida, DMG can provide best-in-class solutions for any urgent medical crisis facing any nation, worldwide, including COVID-19. DMG is currently providing life support facilities for thousands of Americans based at numerous facilities in seven states.
A Hurricane is a tropical cyclone with sustained winds of 74 miles (119 kilometers) per hour or greater that occurs especially in the western Atlantic and is usually accompanied by rain, thunder, wave effects, and lightning. Hurricanes have been known to be devastating to both life and property throughout the world.
The United States Armed Forces maintains the ability to rapidly mobilize both assets and personnel throughout the world in a very limited time frame. DMG has the ability to support the US Armed Forces through the provision of Forward Operating Bases (FOB) both in theater and domestically for Mission Readiness Exercises (MRX), Special Forces Mission Support, Border Patrol Facilities, National Guard Training, and Homeland Security Support Facilities.
A severe Earthquake and its after-effects are one of the most destructive and frightening phenomena nature has to offer. Our customizable tent structures including flooring, temporary power, climate control, portable restrooms and hand washing stations. Table, chairs and cots available as well.
As one of the most common hazards to occur in the United States, floods have affected nearly every region of the country. Flood effects can occur on a local level affecting communities and municipalities, or on a regional level affecting multiple states.
Fast-moving and developing wildfires offer a serious threat to both life and property in many regions of the US. Dry conditions which occur during varying times of the year and in varying regions greatly increases the potential for a wildfire to occur.
Tornadoes can be nature’s most violent storms. Tornadoes are produced by powerful thunderstorms and can appear quickly in many regions of the US, with little or no warning, causing devastation to both life and property.
Large scale special events often attract tens-of-thousands, or hundreds-of-thousands of people to a single site over a period of a few days. In order to handle this large influx of people in such a short time span it is often necessary to provide additional temporary infrastructure such as;
- Showers, laundry, and restroom facilities
- Tents, power generation, and climate control
- Tables, chairs, and staging
- Temporary potable water supply and storage
- Temporary waste water storage and removal systems
In today’s world there exists a global threat from terrorism and the resulting potential large-scale loss of life, destruction of property, devastating economic loss, and displacement of large numbers of people. DMG has the ability to respond immediately post-event with life-support facilities and logistical support or pre-event in the global war on terrorism by providing Forward Operating Bases, Special Forces Mission Support, Border Patrol Facilities, and Homeland Security Support Facilities.
Heavy snowfall, ice storms, and extreme cold have been known to cripple an entire region. The effects of these storms have been known to cause massive power outages and downed power lines, flooding, ice dams, road and highway closures, and loss of life and property.
Tsunamis are a series of enormous and damaging waves created by an underwater disturbance such as an earthquake, landslide, volcanic eruption, or meteorite. In the open ocean a Tsunamis can travel hundreds of miles per hour impacting land mass with waves as high as 100’ or more causing unbelievable devastation to life, property, and ecosystems.