Cdr. William Windus, NSASP Public Works Officer, NAVFAC Washington

Cdr. William Windus, 

NSASP Public Works Officer, 

NAVFAC Washington

Mission and Vision

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington strengthens Navy and Marine Corps combat readiness worldwide through facilities lifecycle support focused on the Fleet, Fighter, and Family. We deliver sustainable, adaptable facilities; expeditionary capabilities; and contingency response to the Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise, all other Warfare and Provider Enterprises, the Marine Corps, Unified Commanders, and DoD Agencies. Our innovation, responsiveness, and agility enable a forward deployed, rotational, and surge capable Navy. The Joint Warfighter and all supported commanders value NAVFAC for delivering mission capability whenever and wherever required.

History of NAVFAC Washington

NAVFAC Washington was established 23 July 2004, by consolidating EFA Chesapeake and PWC Washington into a single facilities engineering entity.  Comprising nearly 1,500 people, this new organization was established to plan and deliver best value facilities engineering support, services and solutions in capital improvements, base development and planning, real estate, public works, and environmental services.  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 Indian Head

Indian Head Public Works Department consists of 240 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 Support Contracts Management

and Facility Services

• Project Management & Engineering


Production Division

• Base Support Vehicles and

Equipment Branch

• Facilities Management and Sustainment


• Utilities & Energy Management Branch

Environmental Division

• Environmental Compliance

• Planning and Conservation

NSASP    Military: 10    Civilians: 225     Contractors: 5      Total Employees: 240