Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC Southwest)
NAVFAC Southwest is one of ten facilities engineering commands (FECs) in NAVFAC. Our command is comprised of over 3,200 Federal employees (civil service, officers, and enlisted).
NAVFAC Southwest is responsible for the public works, planning, engineering/design, construction, real estate, environmental services, and acquisition / disposal of facilities and real estate in a six state area on the West Coast. NAVFAC Southwest contracts with commercial businesses to produce and deliver construction for the military such as housing, piers, airfields and hospitals to name a few. The command also provides public works services such as transportation, maintenance, utilities/energy delivery, facilities management and base operations support to the Navy and Marine Corps Installations within its geographic area of responsibility as well as support to other federal agencies in California.
Most of these services are performed by our ROICC & Public Works Teams composed of Seabees and Sailors with different levels of expertise in construction trades. Contact information is located on our Contact Us page.
NAVFAC Southwest's annual operating budget is in excess of $3 billion in client work on the West Coast resulting in huge economic impacts for many communities.
The information contained in this Web site is released by Lee Saunders Code 00PA, the NAVFAC Southwest Public Affairs Officer, who may be contacted by mail at 1220 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92132-5190, or e-mail Lee.Saunders@navy.mil.