The Facilities Department is responsible for real property assets at MCBH. The department provides planning, programming, design, execution, and professional engineering oversight for construction, utilities management, space management, maintenance, and repairs of facilities. The department also manages the unaccompanied personnel housing section, operates the Base motor transport fleet, provides field survey services, and maintains the Base's record drawings and facility history files.
The Administration Support Services Division is the hub of the Facilities Department. Our commitment is to provide professional administrative support and services to our internal and external customers.
The mission of MCBH Camp H. M. Smith, as part of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, is to maintain facilities and provide services that support readiness and global projection of operating forces, and to promote the well-being, morale and safety of military personnel, their families, and the civilian workforce.
The Facilities Maintenance Division generates, plans, and accomplishes maintenance of facilities in accordance with existing directives.
"THE WORLD REVOLVES AROUND TRANSPORTATION." The division aptly called Motor Transport (LFT) provides Garrison Mobile Equipment (GME), such as sedans, trucks, buses, tractors, trailers, mowers, forklifts and other types of equipment to Base and Tenant Activities. On occasion the support is extended to other Federal, State, County and Community activities. Besides providing personnel/GME in support of the Facilities Department's Maintenance Divisions, LFT also provides Guard Mail, Liberty Bus and Tripler Medical shuttles; collection of Industrial Refuse and operates/maintains the only Federally owned Sanitary Landfill in the State of Hawaii.
Unaccompanied Personnel Housing
The Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Division (formerly Bachelor Housing) operates permanent and transient housing aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The Division has two sections: the Permanent UPH Section (servicing those personnel permanently assigned to MCBH) and the Transient UPH Section (servicing those personnel visiting the Base).
Transient Unaccompanied Personnel Housing
The Transient UPH Section operates quarters for visiting officers, Staff NCO's enlisted Marines and civilians. They also operate Distinguished Visitors Quarters, to include The Presidential Cottage, a beach cottage next to Pyramid Rock beach. Personnel wishing to make reservations in these quarters may contact the section at the numbers listed below:
808-257-2409 or DSN 457-2409
Our hours of operation are: 0700 (8:00 a.m.) to 2300 (11:00 p.m.) seven days a week.
Develop and execute the Facilities Department budget. Provide fiscal accounting services for the major divisions consisting of Utilities, General Engineering Support, Motor Transportation, Recurring Maintenance and Repair, Minor Construction, HQMC funded Maintenance and Repair and HQMC funded Construction. Provide statistical and historical data to division managers to enable efficient and effective proactive resource management.
To provide Marine Corps Base Hawaii and tenant commands engineering, planning, and utility management expertise and services.
Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) is the Base of Choice for the 21st century. It integrates people, technology and system into a World Class Team that supports military readiness, community relations, resource management and leads the Department of Defense in quality, cost control, and customer satisfaction.
To provide comprehensive planning services and project documentation to include MILCON project documentation, R2/M2 project documentation, R1 project management, space planning, Base Master planning, and real estate coordination.
To provide comprehensive engineering and in-house design services to include project design, project plans and specification reviews, project coordination and execution, and study management.
To provide utility management and energy conservation and awareness to include ESPC contract coordination, utility rate setting, budgeting and tracking, and promoting base-wide energy and resource conservation and awareness.
Annual Water Quality Report for MCBH
The drinking water at MCBH is the best in the world. This report describes where MCBH's water comes from, what was detected in the water in the past year, and how those results compare to standards for safe drinking water. Click the link below to access the report:
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