NAVFAC Washington

With a workforce of approximately 1,500 military and civilians, NAVFAC Washington manages the planning, design, and construction of shore facilities for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and other federal clients in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. We manage more than $1 Billion in annual business volume. The NAVFAC Washington Commanding Officer serves a dual role, reporting to NAVFAC Atlantic as NAVFAC Washington Commanding Officer, and to the Naval District Washington Commandant as Regional Engineer.

NAVFAC Washington, PWD South Potomac Site Dahlgren

Dahlgren Public Works Department consists of 175 employees and is responsible for all phases of facilities management and environmental oversight. It includes the following four major divisions:

Facilities Management Division (FMD)

• Requirements

• Asset Management

Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD)

• Acquisition Branch

• Facility Service Contracts Branch

• Project Management & Engineering Branch

Production Division

• Base Support Vehicle & Equipment Branch

• Facility Sustainment Branch

• Utilities & Energy Management Branch

Environmental Division

• Environmental Compliance

• Planning and Conservation


NAVFAC is the Systems Command that builds and maintains sustainable facilities, delivers utilities and services, and provides Navy expeditionary combat force capabilities. Our Vision: Our expertise enables mission success.