Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton


Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

"The West Coast's Premiere Expeditionary Training Base"

PWD Mission Statement

To provide master planning; facilities planning and project development; engineering; project/program management; maintenance and service contract assistance; and geospatial information services that enhance combat readiness and QOL for the Marines.

PWD Vision

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is a well planned and engineered, operations, training, and community centric base; all this is achieved through a Public Works Department that is:

  • Operational and community customer focused
  • Embraces Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) concepts and principles
  • Leverages innovative contracting methods and technology to enhance services

Public Works Division A/E Organization Chart:

Public Works Organizational Chart

Project Team Leaders

PWD Architects or Engineers are appointed as the Camp Pendleton lead for approved projects.

Each Project Team Leader has a technical support staff of many disciplines including: architects, landscape architects, interiors, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineers; these individuals are Project Leaders.

Project Leaders

The Project Leaders interface with end-users to ensure the user's requirements are included in the planning, design process and construction.

PWD technical staff responsible to plan and design the project, typically using a contracted architect/engineer or other specialized consultants.

  • Develop project documents for approval.
  • Manage the design contracting and review process.
  • Provide field engineering support.
  • Have “Cradle to Grave” ownership of the project for continuity.

Coordinate with contracting and construction organizations, including NAVFAC Southwest Division, Facilities Maintenance and the NAVFAC Field Office (NFO).

Useful Documents

G-6 CPR Supplement (ISP) Oct 2014

G-6 CPR Supplement (PDS) Oct 2014

G-6 CPR Supplement (OSP) Oct 2014

Camp Pendleton Requirements (CPR)  Dec 2014

Camp Pendleton Requirements (CPR)  Nov 2012

Base Exterior Architecture Plan (BEAP) July 2010