Hafa Adai and Welcome to Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas
Captain Daniel Turner, Commanding Officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Marianas welcomes you to our site to learn about our products, services and people.
On February 25, 2005, Officer in Charge of Construction (OICC), Marianas and Public Works Center (PWC) Guam merged to create NAVFAC Marianas. NAVFAC Marianas was commissioned to provide one touch point for more efficient services while maintaining clear focus on client requirements. Through this consolidation and transformation of providing products and services, the clients of NAVFAC Marianas will experience a reduction in duplication, an increase of efficiencies through standardization of business processes, translating to an overall savings for our clients.
NAVFAC Marianas has more than 500 highly skilled civilian federal service employees, 30 military officers, and 15 enlisted Seabees.
The NAVFAC Marianas mission includes utilities services (electricity, water, steam, air, and wastewater treatment); maintenance and operation of a large fleet of cars, trucks and heavy equipment, engineering services, an array of contracting capabilities for services and construction, real-estate and environmental assistance to include lab services to its Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and other Department of Defense supported commands.
NAVFAC Marianas headquarters is located at the Joint Region Marianas Headquarters on Nimitz Hill in Piti, Guam.