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Facilities Design & Construction Center Pacific

Jackson Federal Building, 915 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA 98174

Henry Jackson Federal Building

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Facilities Design & Construction Center Pacific is located in Seattle, Washington and is part of the Coast Guard’s District 13 area. The Facilities Design & Construction Center plans and executes all Pacific Area AC&I Shore Construction Projects, starting from the completed Planning Proposal (PP) to construction completion and commissioning of the facility. As a result of the closure of all District Civil Engineering offices, FD&CC Pacific assumed much of the Operating Expense (OE) work previously performed at those locations. In 1994, FD&CC Pacific was tasked with the Environmental Compliance and Restoration (EC&R) work in Kodiak, Alaska. In 1997, partnering agreements with Civil Engineering Units (CEU’s) further expanded the OE mission of the unit. FD&CC Pacific is now responsible for a wide variety of Civil Engineering projects with different funding sources. FD&CC Pacific personnel also perform value engineering studies and participate in post-construction reviews of new facilities.

 

Every year, the FD&CC Pacific handles a number of large Civil Engineering projects nationwide along with smaller projects at ISC Seattle and ISC Kodiak. Current projects include the replacement of the ISC Alameda Bridge, construction of a hangar addition at AIRSTAPort Angeles, earthquake repairs at ISC Seattle’s Pier 36, and rehabilitation of hangars at AIRSTA Kodiak.

Arriving at Facilities Design & Construction Center Pacific
The closest airport is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport located 13.8 miles from Headquarters.

Base Population
There are approximately 46 active duty, reserve, and civilian personnel assigned to the Facilities Design & Construction Center Pacific.