IAP Worldwide is one of the foremost provider of advanced technical and professional services, global-scale logistics and management of facilities. IAP Worldwide has employed over 2500 people who operate in over 30 countries worldwide. The company is experienced in planning, harmonizing and executing sophisticated challenges on technical, logistics and occurrences. IAP maintain, operate and manage civilian facilities, private research laboratories, and military installations.
The IAP Worldwide was established in 1953 after the launch of the America’s first space built by Pan Am World Services. The company has since then been supporting over 2000 testing launches. IAP acquired full- facility maintenance and support comprising of air mater planning, engineering services, and construction management about 45 years from its foundation.
Johnson Controls bought the IAP Company in 1989 to form the Johnson Controls Worldwide. The acquisition lead to increased energy efficiency developed innovative mechanisms and almost all sectors.
In 2015, the IAP successfully purchased some businesses run by the DRS technologies as their strategy. The acquisition was objected at diversifying the company’s services and also increase their revenues.
The IAP Worldwide embraced the Hurricane Matthew’s regional support efforts. The Organization deployed their experts in support of Hurricane. The team provided was meant to offer emergency power and assistance for FEMA Regions IV and V. Some of the emergency response support by the IAP during the Sandy, Katia and Katrina among other overwhelming events comprised of communications systems, emergency power, deploying expert personnel and commodities. The IAP managed to deploy over 100 power experts during the 2011 hurricane season to activate emergency generators around Jersey, Maryland, New York and Massachusetts.
The IAP in 2013 was a awarded a contract by the Army Corps of Engineers of the United States enabled them to offer support to the requirements of public works, engineering services, and emergency power during the national significance incidents.
According to the Director and CEO of IAP Mr. Doug Kitani, the IAP maintained constant contacts with various agencies and the Government of the United States on the mobilization support regarding the Hurricane Matthew. The IAP was delighted to have taken part in seeking the right support whom the hurricane had an impact on.
The IAP team relocated their Office from the Cape Canaveral Office region as well as their emergency operations center (EOC) to Panama City Office. The IAP also partnered with the ECC in offering options of response for the missions directed by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to respond to storms.