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AIM World Services Offers Scholars for STEM Program Attendees

Houston, July 19, 2019 – The University of Houston (UH) in Partnership with Chiyoda International Corporation invited Houston-based AIM World Services, Incorporated (AIM) to present at the Chiyoda Young Inventors’ Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Academy. Hosted at UH STEM Center, this year’s two-week summer camp will be held July 8th to 19th at …

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Iraq – Victory Base – Operations and Maintenance

AIM provided over 350 crafts and tradesmen to support O&M and minor construction work under Fluor’s CETAC-II program. Work was issued during a seven-year period under three task orders, and AIM was awarded the two re-competes, maintaining the contract consistently from 2004 until the U.S. Military departed Iraq in 2011. Services included repair and facilities …

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Iraq – Munitions Demolition – Logistical support

AIM provided over 120 personnel, including paramedics, heavy equipment operators and mechanics (bulldozers, front end loaders, and excavators), armored / soft skinned vehicle mechanics, over the road operators, and crane operators to support Parsons USACE Iraq Munitions Demolition, Engineering, and Logistics Support contract. Parsons was the prime logistics contractor for this effort. The contract included …

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Afghanistan – Demining Project Support – O&M

AIM provided support personnel to ECC International on their UASCE contract at Bagram Airfield. ECC’s contract consists of searching for unexploded ordinance (UXO) and land mines near Bagram Airfield by a multi-disciplined workforce of 470 to 500 personnel. As a subcontractor to ECC, AIM provides turnkey life support activities to accommodate the UXO Teams as …

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