NAS Jacksonville Community
Public Works Department Jacksonville provides a full range of facility services, including infrastructure sustainment, restoration and modernization, construction, transportation, engineering, environmental services, self-help, utilities, janitorial services, refuse collection, grounds maintenance and pest control. The Public Works team includes the Facilities Management Division, Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Department (FEAD), Production Division, Environmental Division, Base Operating Support contractors JBOS and CoSTAR, and many other contractors.
The Facilities Management Division of Public Works is responsible for working with the base departments and tenant commands to identify requirements, in regards to space, facility and utility requirements.
The Public Works FEAD oversees all construction contracted through the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. This group of professionals is dedicated to ensuring quality and safety in construction, along with comprehensive coordination with all affected station departments and tenant commands.
Transportation provides vehicles, including Global Electric Motorcars and green vehicles, to departments and tenant commands. It is also responsible for licensing personnel on special purpose vehicles.
Utilities and Energy Management is responsible for energy and water management, awareness and conservation. It continues to develop strategies for achieving energy reduction and renewable energy goals. NAS Jacksonville has one of the largest building energy monitoring programs in the southeast region.
The Base Operating Support contractors, JBOS and CoSTAR, handle all maintenance, housekeeping and landscaping for the station. To place a service call, call 904-542-1835.
Public Works Environmental Division supports NAS Jacksonville by implementing programs that ensure environmental compliance with legal regulations, prevent pollution, sustain natural and cultural resources, and promote continual improvement of the station’s environmental management system. Environmental also coordinates basewide cleanups; manages endangered and threatened species, including manatees, gopher tortoises and least terns; oversees the Black Point Interpretive Center, educating hundreds of school-age children each year through natural resources programs; and offers community outreach events in local schools and city functions. For more information on environmental initiatives, call 904-542-5789.