The Capital Improvements Business Line is one of four business lines in Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Mid-Atlantic. NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic's partnership with Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic (CNRMA), Commander, Navy Installations Command and the Marine Corps Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics is key to successfully managing Navy and Marine Corps installations in its Area of Responsibility (AOR). This AOR supports the mission of CNRMA and currently spans from Maine to Georgia and as far west as Illinois.
Our diverse and expert team is comprised of Navy Civil Engineer Corps officers, civilian and contractor personnel, including civil, cost, electrical, fire protection, hydrographic, interdisciplinary, mechanical and structural engineers, architects, project managers, construction managers, interior designers, engineering technicians, program analysts, workforce analysts and many other highly trained professionals.
The Capital Improvements Business Line provides engineering, designing, constructing and sustaining facilities for the Fleet, U.S. Marine Corps, Combatant Commanders. With a focus on continuous process improvement, we empower our people to create a safe, efficient business environment. Through collaboration with three other business lines—Asset Management, Environmental and Public Works—the Capital Improvements Business Line partners with industry to support the needs of the Fleet, Fighter and Family.
Capital Improvements Business Line Points of Contacts:
Mr. Eric Allen, Capital Improvements Business Line Coordinator and Chief Engineer; tel: 757 341 0100
Mr. David Perkins, Capital Improvements Programs and Project Management Product Line Coordinator; tel: 757 341 0104
Ms. Mary Austin, Capital Improvements Engineering and Design Product Line Coordinator; tel: 757 341 0151
Mr. Mark Airaghi, Capital Improvements Construction Product Line Coordinator; tel: 757 341 0176
Get introduced to other NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic team members and projects below.
Renovation of Lejeune High School, for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) on Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Lejeune. A concrete pour was conducted March 19, 2019 for a two-story classroom addition that will create a 143,000 square foot high school on MCB Camp Lejeune. The school is remaining occupied throughout the duration of the project, so phased construction for the Central Energy Plant, kitchen, dining facilities, and classrooms is necessary to ensure school functions remained uninterrupted. The military construction project was awarded to Walsh Federal, LLC for $40.8M and is scheduled to be complete in September 2020.
Bob O'Malley, the lead engineering technician for NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic's Hydrographic team, conducts survey aboard SV Starke.