|Customer: An engineer formation of the United|
|Profile: The client primarily oversees dams, canals, and flood protection as well as a wide range of public works throughout the world.|
Services: IT Infrastructure Setup and Management
|Size: 10,001+ employees|
|Region: Washington, DC|
|Industry: Engineering |
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) provides vital public engineering services in peace and war to strengthen the nation’s security, energize the economy, and reduce risks from disasters. The highly disciplined people working with partners through systematic thought and action help deliver innovative and sustainable solutions to engineering challenges.
As the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies, USACE is overhauling unused hotels, dormitories, convention centers, and large open spaces to build hundreds of temporary hospitals designed to cope with the slew of new coronavirus cases being diagnosed daily.
With cases reaching the projected peak, and healthcare resources and workers stretched thin, USACE approached Synoptek to help design, build, and manage the technology infrastructure of new alternate care facilities being erected in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Synoptek was requested to provide technical support to get four USACE transitional hospitals fully operational in Illinois.
Solution and Approach
Leveraging our expertise in HIPAA compliant data and systems, we are helping USACE design, build, and support a one-stop platform to deal with the snowballing crisis.
Using a tailored and customized approach, we provide the following services to quickly set up temporary COVID-19 facilities across the state of Illinois:
In our mission to accelerate designing, deploying, and managing alternate care facilities across the country, we are ensuring the highest standards of security and compliance levels needed to fight a pandemic of this magnitude.
Our Managed IT services is enabling USACE to quickly erect makeshift hospitals across the country to provide urgent medical assistance to Coronavirus patients and reduce the strain the pandemic has inflicted on the existing medical system.Download Pdf