Nomescorp broke ground on HVAC and architectural upgrades at the Misawa pass.
Section and security office at the main gate, Nomescorp CEO and Senior engineer mobilized from Nomescorp Main offices to oversee the start of the project.
Subcontractor personnel currently working Electrical installations and EMCS prior to the initial onset of heavy winter weather.
Will start Various upgrades to 3 residential towers on KADENA Air base Okinawa,
We will be installing individual water heaters / electrical upgrades / new flooring and repainting of 132 living units 6 common areas along with the corresponding civil work and installation of 3 transformers Nomescorp Engineers will be guiding our specialist through every step
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N.O.M.E.S USA mobilized to Andersen Airforce base Guam to repair a leaking fuel supply line on tank with technical support from N.O.M.E.S home office in Japan.
N.O.M.E.S CEO, Jose Torres, personally supervised the start of this urgent project.
From December 28, 2018 to January 09, 2019, N.O.M.E.S CIH conducted an industrial hygiene inspection at building 121 at Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory. The inspection was conducted during an asbestos and LBP abatement work.
The objectives were to oversee the abatement personnel, certify that all operations were performed in accordance with the Asbestos Abatement Plan and to evaluate potential exposure of workers to airborne asbestos and lead.
N.O.M.E.S Engineering Team was awarded a military construction project of a 60-room man camp in Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT).
Each room will provide amenities including air conditioning, water heater for the bathroom, high quality furniture, office and laundry facilities.
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N.O.M.E.S U.S.A. opened an office in Guam on October 2018.
We were recently awarded a U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) contract for Routine Maintenance & Minor Repairs (RMMR).
In November 2017, the N.O.M.E.S. Mongoose eradication team initiated the monitoring and maintenance of 4,200 kill traps for mongoose in the Jungle Warfare Training Center (JWTC) in Okinawa, Japan. This mongoose control project encompasses an area of over 3,500 hectares, and will take place over the next nine months.
The N.O.M.E.S EH&S team recently concluded a survey to identify the location and size of all pine trees infested with Pine Sawyer bark beetle. This vegetation survey was conducted over the MCB Butler installations of Camp Lester, Camp Foster, Camp Courtney, Kin Blue Beach and Henoko ASP.
After identifying a tree as infected, the N.O.M.E.S. EH&S team labeled, measured (diameter and height) and recorded the tree’s geographic coordinates using a handheld GPS device. The N.O.M.E.S. GIS team then mapped the locations of infested trees across the five different installations.
In October 2017 the N.O.M.E.S. EH&S team began a long term wildlife survey on wild boars. This survey will go on for the following six months and will take place in the MCB Butler’s Central Training Area (CTA) located in Okinawa, Japan. The survey team will document all signs of boar activity, such as tracks, trails, fecal matter, wallows, rubs, rooting signs and bedding locations. The N.O.M.E.S survey team will have wildlife cameras placed in strategic locations to capture images of the boar herd.
The Lead Technician will analyze the data collected during the survey to understand and interpret the boars’ habitat range, daily activity pattern, seasonal movements, and feeding habits. The purpose of this data analysis is to understand the general natural history of these wild boars and to estimate the population of wild boars in the CTA.
The N.O.M.E.S. GIS specialist will create a habitat map of the wild boar in CTA based on the results obtained.