SOURCE: Infrastructure Developments Corp.

Infrastructure Developments Corp.

August 23, 2010 16:30 ET

Infrastructure Developments Begins Performance of Supply Contracts for the US Army

HERNDON, VA--(Marketwire - August 23, 2010) - Infrastructure Developments Corp. (OTCBB: IDVC) announced today that its subsidiary, Intelspec International, has started supplying the US Army - 411th Contracting Support Brigade with equipment, material, transportation and advisers for the "Ankor Sentinel" training exercise in Cambodia. The Ankor Sentinel exercise is part of the 2010 training program of the Global Peace Operations Initiative ("GPOI"), implemented by the United States Pacific Command ("PACOM").

IDVC was awarded two Blank Purchase Agreement ("BPA") contracts earlier this year.
The BPAs call for an ongoing supply of equipment, materials, transport, and advisers on an "as requested" basis for the client, over a one year period from August 2010. The overall value of the contracts cannot be determined until the end of the one year contract period. 

"The performance of these BPAs is important for IDVC, and we plan to satisfy our client," stated Infrastructure CEO Thomas R. Morgan. "While these may not be large monetary contracts for us, working for important clients like the US Army and performing logistical work in a difficult environment adds to our overall experience and depth."

About Infrastructure Developments Corp.:
Infrastructure is an engineering and construction services company that services an underserved niche in the global project management spectrum, targeting specialized projects and subcontracts that are too small to attract giant multinational firms, but which still require world class engineering expertise. Staffed by key personnel with decades of experience in performing work for the US Department of Defense and the US Department of State, Infrastructure is familiar with the complex requirements of government contracts and the unusual challenges of performing high-standard work in challenging environments. Recent US military projects include the construction and management of the US Navy's Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Training Facility at Camp Erawan, Thailand, as well as seven new barracks, wash facilities, food-preparation facilities and dining facilities for the US Navy's Global Peace Operations Initiative Training Facilities at Kampong Spoe, Cambodia. Infrastructure also manages a limestone removal project awarded by local government authorities in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates.

About the "Ankor Sentinel"
In 2004, the G8 nations committed to an action plan to expand global capability for peace support operations. The Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) is the U.S. contribution, the primary objective of which is to train and, where appropriate, equip 75,000 Peacekeepers worldwide by 2010. The United States Pacific Command (PACOM) works to implement this initiative in the Asia-Pacific Region. Previous exercises have been hosted by Mongolia and Bangladesh and Indonesia hosted the exercise in 2009.

In 2010 the US will lead the training exercise "Angkor Sentinel" in which 900 soldiers from 23 nations will participate. The exercise is scheduled to last three months and the primary training and instruction will be hosted by United States Army National Guard based in Utah.

Forward-Looking Statements:
A number of statements contained in this press release are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties including our ability to procure design and management projects, competitive market conditions, and our prospects for securing additional sources of financing as required. The actual results that Infrastructure may achieve could differ materially from any forward-looking statements due to such risks and uncertainties. Infrastructure encourages the public to read the information provided here in conjunction with its most recent filings on Form 8-K, Form 10-Q and Form 10-K. Infrastructure's public filings may be viewed at

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