Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is located on over 125,000 acres along the coastline in northern San Diego County.  As the Marine Corps largest training facility in the western United States, the base, which was established in 1942, today is undergoing major facility upgrades and new facility construction.  As landscape architects Wimmer Yamada and Caughey has been privileged to develop landscape designs for a variety of projects at the base.
 
Specifics:
  • Landscape design for command centers, bachelor enlisted quarters, recreational facilities, outdoor spaces suitable for large group functions, comfortable retreat areas, and sustainable design practices for water conservation, low maintenance design and minimal life cycle costs
  • Designs meet security and functional requirements, including Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) as well as social and environmental needs of service personnel.
An example of Base projects includes the following:
  • P008 Force Intelligence Operations Center and Intelligence SCIF
  • P603/P604/P605 Medical/Dental Clinics
  • P507/P508 Medical/Dental Clinics
  • P024 – Pico Area BEQ
  • P247 Fitness Center
  • P066 MEF Operations and Command Center
  • P017 San Mateo BEQ
  • P516 Reserve Training Complex

San Diego, CA
1971 to present
NAVFAC Southwest Division
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
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