The United States Department of the Army is faced with conquering numerous, evolving challenges that include, countering global strategic challenges and terrorist threats, protecting infrastructure, developing full-spectrum total force capabilities, and building and maintaining force readiness.

Focused on Training Support Systems (TSS) throughout the nation - site preparation, rapid response to severe weather events and environmental work - our work includes prior experience at Fort A.P. Hill, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JBMDL), Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Fort Rucker, Fort Jackson, Fort Huachuca, Fort Sill, Fort Gordon, Fort McCoy, Fort Devens, Fort Lee, Fort Drum, and U.S. Military Academy (USMA) West Point.

Mohawk is known for it's ability to support Army training lands by:

Assessing training areas in context of training requirements and land impacts

Redesigning and/or reconfiguring training lands to meet training requirements, maximize land use, and improve vegetation cover and concealment for training activities

Minimizing land impact, improving safety, and sustaining land use with preventative and corrective land rehabilitation, repair, and/or maintenance

Monitoring and assessing land conditions to ensure commander decisions meet training needs and sustain land capacity, capability, and accessibility

Obtaining required permits and approvals without requests for modifications or schedule delays

Rapidly mobilizing staff and necessary equipment to execute the work plan

Efficiently schedule, coordinate, monitor, and report project activities to ensure on time and within budget completion

Providing Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Support

Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Support

Our experienced team and right-sized solutions improve existing training land capabilities and capacity through land reconfiguration, and land maintenance and repair projects. We have completed hundreds of Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) and Range and Training Land Assessment (RTLA) activities at 13 Army installations with zero security violations and zero safety violations or Workers' Compensation claims.

Mohawk is uniquely positioned to rapidly mobilize trained personnel and equipment to complete LRAM and RTLA activities. With our own equipment and fleet of service trucks and team of trained welding and hydraulics and diesel repair technicians, we can easily adapt to schedule and training area changes, weather events and scope of work modifications.

Our strong partnerships, experienced staff, certified project managers and site leads, and depth and breadth of experience allow us to meet LRAM and RTLA objectives.

Land Rehabilitation & Maintenance (LRAM) Support

LRAM is a preventive and corrective land management program designed to:

  • Implement improvements and repairs of disturbed land
  • Improve vegetation cover and concealment for training activities
  • Repair other landscape damage for safety and continued availability of land for training

Mohawk optimizes scheduling to avoid training interruptions, minimize unintended impacts to flora and fauna, and provide a right-size workforce. Our expertise includes the efficient operation of equipment related to:

  • Land clearing
  • Slope stabilization
  • Mowing/mulching
  • Stump removal
  • Trail maintenance and capping
  • Culvert installation, maintenance, and repair
  • Installation of low-water crossings
  • Vegetation removal

This support means on time completion to support mission critical objectives - every time.

Range & Training Land Assessment (RTLA)

RTLA is designed to provide accurate, insightful information, and recommendations to the range managers and trainers based on the land's condition. Mohawk supports RTLA with personnel who are familiar with the local landscape and environment, including, flora and fauna, and military training requirements. Our recommendations are based on careful data analysis, including:

  • Land condition assessments
  • Land management strategy recommendations
  • Data collection
  • Mapping

The result is the ability to meet the objectives of sustaining lands for training while exercising environmental stewardship.