As an integral part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems 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.
Headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, 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.
We are a Federal employer providing facilities engineering, public works and environmental products and services to Navy and Marine Corps Commands across an area or responsibility that spans from Maine to Georgia and as far west as Illinois.
Our professional workforce includes 100 Officers and enlisted personnel, and more than 3,300 civilian personnel. And that number is growing! Led by Commanding Officer Capt. Gordon E. Meek III, we deliver Best-Value Facilities Engineering and Acquisition through our Business Lines and Integrated Product Teams.
ASSET MANAGEMENT (AM) professionals manage the very foundation of the Navy shore establishment portfolio - strategic shore planning, facilities inventory development and maintenance, and real estate portfolios to ensure warfighter shore capabilities - using a comprehensive lifecycle approach to ensure the 'right' shore capabilities fully support the Navy's mission.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS (CI) professionals, including Interior Designers, Architects, Landscape Architects, and other Engineering Disciplines, lead design and construction for the Department of the Navy, and represent the highest technical authority for the Navy's shore establishment. CI reduces total facility ownership costs by standardizing best technical practices, solutions, material, and processses to support the the entire lifecycle of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps facilities, while meeting operational and readiness requirements. Key Responsibilities:
1. Facility Design & Engineering for new Naval Support Facilities
2. Hydrography, Waterfront Engineering, and Coastal Resilience
3. Construction Management, Commissioning and Facility Acceptance
ENVIRONMENTAL professional provide high-quality, timely, and efficient environmental support, in an effort to conserve, protect, restore the environment for future generations.
PUBLIC WORKS professionals provide global facilities support and services for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps and their tenants of a highly diverse infrastructure. From basic utility requirements to advanced energy solutions, simple facility service calls to complex facility management services, standard transportation to heavy construction equipment, janitorial and grounds maintenance to snow and trash removal, we serve our Sailors, Marines, their Families, and civilian personnel around the clock.
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