IAP Recognizes Top Performing Teams with Eagle Awards
Cape Canaveral, FL – Team members at two IAP projects were awarded the prestigious Crystal Eagle Award as the best overall performing IAP projects for 2010. The winning projects are Heavy Lift Line Haul Transportation, based in Kuwait, and the Fort Irwin Support Project, based at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, CA. Six other projects were honored with 2010 Gold Eagle Awards as top performers in their business segments.
The annual Eagle Awards recognize the IAP personnel at projects around the world who meet and exceed both their customer’s objectives and IAP’s performance goals. Projects are selected based on performance criteria to include Safety, Customer Satisfaction, and Financial Performance.
IAP President Bob Phillips, who announced the awards, said, “The employees at these projects should be extremely proud because they exemplify the values that we strive to integrate into all aspects of our business. Their hard work and dedication to the mission shows in their performance, and I’m honored to recognize their efforts.”
The Gold Eagle Award honorees included:
- FOB Fenty Prime Power Service
- Jacksonville Regional Base Operations Support
- Joint Base Balad Incinerator Complex and Recycling Operations
- Kandahar Airfield Role 3 Medical Operations and Maintenance
- NAMSA Air Traffic Management
- Walter Reed Personnel Support Services
IAP worldwide Services, Inc. is a leading international contractor providing global mission support for commercial industries, the Department of Defense, and other U.S. government agencies. The Company operates in three lines of business: Global Operations and Logistics, Base Operations Support Services, and Professional and Technical Services.IAP’s corporate headquarters is located in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and the company employs more than 7,000 people at over 120 locations worldwide. IAP’s website can be accessed at www.iapws.com.