DRC’s vast experience in providing emergency housing, temporary shelter, life support and logistical services began in 1991 in Kuwait. This history includes the 1994 encampment for the U.S. Embassy compound in Somalia and the 1999 response to house Kosovar refugees in Albania.
In 2006, DRC built and operated a 350-person compound in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This compound served to support the U.S. Embassy and was entirely self-sufficient with the ability to produce its own electricity, purify its own water and treat its own sewerage. In 2010, DRC was contracted by the World Food Program to design and construct a turnkey living and operations compound for the World Food Program’s Haitian operations in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake.
Since 2010, DRC has managed and operated two man camp facilities in the Eagle Ford Shale. Located in Kenedy, Texas, DRC constructed a 140-bed lodge complete with full housekeeping services, a dining facility, recreational facilities and laundry services. The property is gated and has full-service on-site facilities maintenance and ground maintenance. In Cuero, Texas, DRC has supported Schlumberger’s operations by providing a 48-bed facility.