Base Camps

Brookstone is a premier leader in providing highly specialized base camp services in  disaster impacted areas Across the US. Brookstone has the immediate capacity to construct multiple base camp facilities with capacities ranging from 50 to 5,000 occupants. We  provide needed camp site infrastructure improvements such as the construction of camp roads, parking lots, and fencing and we provide all necessary labor, supervision, equipment, tools, materials, fuel, and supplies necessary to complete these tasks.  Furthermore, Brookstone has the staffing capabilities to operate and manage these camps professionally and provide camp assets that can be expanded or reduced based on mission needs and camp population.  Our equipment is currently available for rapid deployment and our preventative maintenance programs ensure optimum equipment readiness levels at all times.  We provide engineering, site design, and milestone scheduling to provide effective camp site planning and use.  Our quality control program ensures fully compliant services are provided throughout the operational period. Brookstone currently maintains the following state and federal base camp contract vehicles:

FEMA - (NRSC) National Responder Support Camp Contractor  

The National Responder Support Camps contract is used by FEMA, or other federal agencies, consistent with the specific authorities of the agency utilizing the contract's services. During disaster situations or other events in the continental US, FEMA, along with federal, state, and local responders may need a secure location that provides shelter, food, and additional basic services. This need is met through the activation and procurement established in the (NRSC) National Responder Support Camp Contract.

FEMA - (FOSS) Forward Operating Site Services Contractor

The Forward Operating Site Services (FOSS) contract is used by FEMA, or other federal agencies, consistent with the specific authorities of the agency utilizing the contract's services. During the initial phases of a disaster response within continental US, FEMA along with its Urban Search & Rescue teams, may need immediate services for food, showers, toilets and additional basic services. This need is met through the activation and procurement established in the (FOSS) Forward Operating Site Services Contract. 

USFS - (IBU) Incident Base Unit Contractor

The Incident Base Unit (IBU) contract is used by the US Forest Service, or other state and federal agencies, consistent with the specific authorities of the agency utilizing the contract's services during the initial phases of fire suppression and support activities within Region 5. The USFS may need immediate basic base camp services, commonly know as "Base Camp in a Box.”  This contract provides the immediate camp infrastructure the Incident Management Teams need to support their mission. This need is met through the activation and procurement established in the (IBU) Incident Base Unit Contract.