Our Mission: The Naval Shore Facilities, Base Operating Support, and Expeditionary Engineering Systems Command that delivers life-cycle technical and acquisition solutions aligned to Fleet and Marine Corps priorities.
Our Vision: We are the Naval Forces’ trusted facilities and expeditionary experts enabling overwhelming Fleet and Marine Corps lethality.
Rear Admiral John Korka, Civil Engineer Corps, United States Navy, and Chief of Civil Engineers, leads NAVFAC's Civil Engineer Corps officers, civilians and contractors who serve as engineers, architects, contract specialists and professionals. NAVFAC delivers best value facilities engineering and acquisition for the Navy and Marine Corps, Unified Commanders, and Department of Defense agencies through our five business lines:
Design & Construction
NAVFAC Headquarters is located at 1322 Patterson Avenue, S.E., on the historic Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.
Washington Navy Yard Directions and Parking Information
NAVFAC COMPONENT COMMANDS
NAVFAC has 13 component commands, 9 of which are Facilities Engineering Commands that report to two NAVFAC Commands, NAVFAC Atlantic in Norfolk, Va., and NAVFAC Pacific in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
NAVFAC Far East
OICC Marine Corps Marianas
OICC China Lake
NAVFAC also has two centers that perform specialized missions. The Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, in Port Hueneme, Calif., supports combatant capabilities and sustainable facilities through specialized engineering, technology development, and lifecycle logistics services. The Navy Crane Center, based at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va., leads the Navy shore-based weight handling program by establishing policy and providing engineering, acquisition, technical support, training and evaluation services to all Navy shore activities worldwide.
In addition, NAVFAC provides program management for all aspects of the Naval Construction Force, the Seabees, and equipment/materiel management for the Naval Beach Group and other Naval Special Operating Units.