Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Southwest has awarded a $13.4 million task order to Peter Vander Werff Construction for the design and construction of a dining facility at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton.
The project will renovate the interior spaces to provide modernized food service, increase circulation, maximize usability, and reduce long waiting periods for Marines and Sailors. Additionally, the project includes repair of building systems with provisions for temporary dining facilities during construction.
The task order is part of a small business multiple award construction contract. Peter Vander Werff Construction was one of several companies to submit proposals for the task order.
Peter Vander is scheduled to design the new interior space with the required building systems and renovate the 24,643 sq. ft. dining facility that serves Marines and Sailors. The design will be inspired by award winning cafeterias that have been successfully designed and constructed.
Interior finishes shall be selected with priority placed on high durability, low maintenance, and aesthetics. The project includes new kitchen equipment, architectural finishes, mechanical systems repairs, electrical systems replacement, life safety system modernization, seismic modernization, ATFP provisions, and improvements to parking areas.
Construction is scheduled to complete by spring 2023
Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton is located in northern San Diego County, approximately 38 miles north of downtown San Diego.