US Army Corps of Engineers
Norfolk District

Military Construction program 

Norfolk District Milirary Programs Mapsupports Army and Air Force installations in Virginia outside the military district of Washington with engineering, construction and project management services. The district handles major design and construction efforts for nine installations, Arlington National Cemetery, Defense Supply Center Richmond, Fort A.P. Hill, Fort Lee, Fort Pickett, the National Ground Intelligence Center, Radford Ammunition Plant and Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

Arlington National Cemetery

Norfolk District partnered with Arlington National Cemetery in 2011 to manage and oversee contracts at the cemetery, our nation's most hallowed ground.

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Programmatic Agreement Millennium Project Eternal Flame repair
Columbarium Court 9  Historic Gate Rehabilitation Boundary Wall Repairs
Repave/Rebuild Roadways Southern Expansion Ampitheater Flagstone Replacement
Amin Building Renovation    

Defense Supply Center Richmond

Image of DSCR logoDSCR supports more than 1,300 major weapon systems as the military's primary source for over 1.3 million repair parts and operating supply items.  
 Historic renovation Operations Center                                  


Fort A.P. Hill

Image of Fort A.P. Hill logoFort A.P. Hill, a regional training center, provides realistic joint and combined-arms training support to America's defense forces. 
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Fort Lee

Image of Fort Lee logoFort Lee is the designated Army Sustainment Center of Excellence: a training base for military supply, subsistence, maintenance, munitions, transportation and more. 
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Training Support Center Physical Fitness Center AIT Barracks Phase II BDE/BN HQ
Repair Barracks Bldg. 3005 

AIT Barracks Phase II USMC BN HQ

AIT Barracks Phase II


Joint Base Langley-Eustis

Image of JBLE logoJoint Base Langley-Eustis is home to both the Army and Air Force separated into two locations: Hampton and Newport News, Va.
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Aviation Traning Facility Fuel Systems Maintenance Dock  AIT Barracks Complex, Phase 1
Warrior in Transition Unit Barracks Marshalling Yard Vehicle Paint Booth
Warrior in Transition SFC and HQ West and LaSalle Gate Hospital Renovation/Vet Clinic
Langley Dorms Child Development Center  

Radford Ammunition Plant

Radford logoRadford Army Ammunition Plant's mission is to manufacture propellants and explosives in support of field artillery, air defense, tank, missile, aircraft and Navy weapons systems.  
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Fort Pickett

Image of National Guard logoFort Pickett is a Virginia Army National Guard installation that dates back to 1941. 
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 Seal Team Navy Barracks                                                                      
Contractors working for the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, perform interior renovation work to the Arlington National Cemetery’s administrative building here June 21, 2019.
The Arlington National Cemetery administration building houses cemetery staff who plan, coordinate and participate in funeral services, as well as provides waiting areas for family and friends to gather prior to funeral ceremonies.
Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite (left)  and Sgt. Maj. Bradley J Houston (right) presents Cherie Kunze and Col. Patrick Kinsman with an award for being the seventh best district throughout the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for awarding contracts to Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses.
Contractors move "Atomic Annie", an M65-series self-propelled artillery piece into plave at the new Ordnance Training and Heritage Center Building August 8, 2018.
Contractors move "Atomic Annie", an M65-series self-propelled artillery piece into plave at the new Ordnance Training and Heritage Center Building August 8, 2018.
Contractors move "Atomic Annie", an M65-series self-propelled artillery piece into plave at the new Ordnance Training and Heritage Center Building August 8, 2018.
The Langley Air Force Base Hospital will be receiving a $52 million addition, which will bring all patient services under one roof.
Ordnance Corps, Fort Lee, Norfolk District and other Army leaders ceremoniously shovel the first dirt for the construction of the new Ordnance Training Support Facility. The center will house ordnance historical collections and focus on providing training to Ordnance Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo/Chris Hart)
ARLINGTON, Va. – Construction is nearing completion on three new columbariums, which are a part of Arlington National Cemetery’s Millennium Project; a 27-acre expansion project, which adds nearly 30,000 burial and niche spaces to the cemetery here November 16, 2016. The $64 million project is scheduled to be complete and turned over to the cemetery this winter. (U.S. Army photo/Patrick Bloodgood)