As an integral part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) enterprise, we at NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (NAVFAC MIDLANT) are the Navy's installation facility experts, managing the planning, design, and construction of shore facilities for the U.S. Navy from Maine to North Carolina.
Headquartered in Norfolk, Va., we fully support the mission of Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic (CNRMA) and Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) to enable and enhance Navy combat power by providing the most effective, efficient and cost-wise shore services and support.
Our professional workforce includes 100 Officers and enlisted personnel, and over 3,300 civilian personnel. Led by Commanding Officer Capt. Rich Hayes, we deliver Best-Value Facilities Engineering and Acquisition through our Business Lines and Integrated Product Teams:
- Capital Improvements
- Environmental (click for Service Information)
- Asset Management
- Public Works
We operate with an annual Navy Working Capital Fund business volume of approximately $560 million and execute over $1.5 billion a year in construction, professional engineering and facilities services for the Navy and Marine Corps.
On Jan. 22, 2006, we expanded to include Public Works operations at Naval Station Newport, R.I., Naval Submarine Base, New London, Groton, Conn., and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Maine, as well as the North Carolina Integrated Product Team (IPT) and the ROICC (Resident Officers in Charge of Construction) offices at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C.
In addition to this geographical realignment, we also aligned to a new common Public Works Department (PWD) organizational structure at each site: PWD Oceana, PWD Little Creek, PWD Portsmouth, PWD Yorktown, PWD Norfolk, PWD Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, PWD Pennsylvania and PWD Earle, N. J., and at each of the new Northeast sites: PWD Maine, PWD Newport and PWD New London. This transformation is part of NAVFAC's aggressive plan to dramatically transform its global engineering, acquisition, and public works organization. In FY08, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic also integrated Wallops Island, Va., and began providing Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF) financial and system support to NAVFAC Europe.
On Aug. 13, 2008, the commissioning ceremony of the Officer In Charge of Construction (OICC), Marine Corps Installations (MCI) East, took place at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Lejeune, N.C. OICC MCI East was established as an Echelon V command under NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic to lead facilities engineering and acquisition efforts and manage the planning, design and construction of projects related to the Marine Corps "Bachelor Quarters Rehabilitation" and "Grow the Force" initiatives at Camp Lejeune.
Our dedication to our clients is demonstrated by our continuous improvement of quality and client satisfaction. We continually seek to improve response times, reduce backlog and carryover, ensure adequate return on investment, reduce unneeded infrastructure, improve safety, and ensure environmental compliance.