Contingency and Disaster Response

A Trusted and Experienced Team When Speed, Successful Execution, and Compassion Count

ECC has completed time-critical contingency and disaster response projects around the globe. We have a global network of resources ready to respond to any situation, anywhere in the world, enabling quick mobilization. Our highly experienced professionals come from a place of compassion towards the communities we serve.

Time-Critical Response to a Wide Range of Challenges

From natural disaster response to COVID-19 facility care construction and emergency response protection to refugee shelters, ECC’s response teams respond to a wide range of time-critical needs to meet our clients’ unique missions.

COVID-19 Alternate Care Facility, LA, CA
Refuge Camp, Ramstein, Germany

A Global Network Prepared to Respond

ECC has a network of global resources ready to respond to natural disasters and contingency situations. Our experienced teams are ready to deploy anywhere our clients need us, ensuring fast-tracked and streamlined mobilization.

Our People Make the Difference

ECC’s cross-trained, multi-disciplined, and FEMA-certified teams work in unison to hit the ground running and accomplish objectives quickly. They are experienced with numerous agencies and clients from the Federal to county level in the US and abroad. Our knowledge and experience brings value-added solutions to our clients.

Refuge Camp, Ramstein, Germany
Local Small Business Outreach, Camp Fire, Paradise, CA

Engaging Local Communities

A key to recovery lies within the capability and talent of each community affected by disaster. ECC actively pursues community involvement, outreach, and subcontracting. This approach facilitates recovery and benefits local communities.

Responding to Disasters


Refuge Camp, Ramstein

Supporting Afghan Operation Allies Refuge/Operation Allies Welcome Center Refuge Support Project at Ramstein Air Base.

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Shoalwater Revetment

Award-winning time-critical sand dune restoration to protect flooding and storm damage to local tribal communities, cultural lands, and threatened bird species.

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Hurricane Florence

Post-hurricane stabilization and long-term recovery at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina.

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Camp Fire Response

Immediate disaster response, debris removal, and basecamp construction and operations within the town of Paradise, the area hardest hit by the 2018 Camp Fire.

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