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Camp Lejeune 44 Building Renovations

 Location:  Camp Lejeune, NC      Owner: NAVFAC    |    Client:  Environmental Chemical Corporation

Due to Hurricane Florence in 2018, the Marine Corps Case Camp Lejeune in NC suffered over $3.6 billion worth of damage to more than 900 facilities. Poettker’s disaster recovery teams responded to the major reconstruction efforts of 44 buildings spread across the 156,000-acre secure naval base.

Renovations for this project occurred on a variety of facility types including:

  • Company/Squadron Headquarters
  • Administration Facilities
  • Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQs) and Troop Housing
  • Reception Community and Commons Centers
  • Combat Training Pool Facility
  • Maintenance Operations Facility
  • Airfield Pavement
  • Gyms
  • Armory
  • Vehicle and Field Maintenance Shops
  • Dining Facilities
  • Warehouse and Supply Support Facility
  • Post Office
  • Military Clothing Exchange
  • Barbershop

To expedite repairs to these various facilities, Poettker implemented a phased recovery plan based on government priorities. This allowed buildings to be restored quickly and efficiently to full working capacity. The repair complexity, which was determined by the level of building damage sustained, typically entailed roof/exterior repair and interior alterations.

Poettker simultaneously worked on the following Camp Lejeune projects to repair the damage incurred as a result of Hurricane Florence:


Anti-Terrorism Force Protection

Phased Construction

Roof/Building Envelope Repairs

Interior Finish Upgrades

Upgraded Building Systems

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