NAVFAC Southeast

Emergency Update

  • 170829-N-JX484-037 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 29, 2017) Lt.j.g. Michael Sullivan records damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by Hurricane Harvey. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Mark Andrew Hays/Released)
  • 170829-N-UK306-017 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 29, 2017) Ens. Derek Schmitz records damage caused by Hurricane Harvey in Naval Air Station Corpus Christi's base auditorium as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170829-N-UK306-033 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 29, 2017) Ens. Derek Schmitz records damage caused by Hurricane Harvey in Naval Air Station Corpus Christi's base auditorium as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-010 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017)  Cmdr Anant Patel, Officer In Charge of the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT) and Cmdr. Kevin Norton, the Public Works Officer at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi speak to both the CERT and Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) during a planning session on how to observe and record damage caused to the base by Hurrican Harvey. The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-018 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine, Lt. Ross McCaskill, and Lt. Rhett Johnson communicate while developing a plan on how to observe and record damage from Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-084 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Ens. Oscar Solis observes damage from Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-099 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017)  Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine and Ens. Oscar Solis record observed damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-105 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine observes water damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-117 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Ens. Oscar Solis and Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine observe damage to a chapel roof caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-127 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine observes wind damage in the attic of a chapel caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-184 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017)  Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine and Ens. Oscar Solis observe damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-152 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine observes a tree blown over by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170828-N-UK306-211 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 28, 2017) Lt. j.g. Patrick Shine walks amongst damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
  • 170829-N-UK306-166 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 29, 2017) Ens. Derek Schmitz descends a ladderwell from the roof of an auditorium after recording damage caused by Hurricane Harvey aboard Naval Air Station Corpus Christi as part of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Damage Assessment Team (DAT) and the Contingency Engineering Response Teams (CERT). The teams are on board to assess damage to the installation and to develop, plan and oversee restoration of base facilities affected by the hurricane. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)

Contingency Engineering

NAVFAC’s Contingency Engineering Business Line provides contingency contracting, exercise and crisis planning, natural disaster support, remote construction, and technical reach-back support to the U.S. Navy’s expeditionary forces; Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC); Fleets; and Combatant Commanders.

The nature of contingency-based business requires timely contracting. Contingency engineers use multiple-award Global Contingency Construction contracts and Global Contingency Services contracts, as well as many local contracting vehicles. Examples of task orders awarded under these contracts include California wildfire response; Combatant Command (COCOM) support at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti, Africa; infrastructure repairs; and Iraq oil platform repairs.

Contingency engineers also support Navy and Marine Corps installations with the use of Contingency Engineer Response Teams (CERTs). These teams consist of highly motivated engineers, contract specialists and construction support personnel who provide damage assessment, construction and contract management in response to natural disasters other contingencies.

 

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