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The Air Force Civil Engineer Center, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, is a 1,900-person primary subordinate unit of the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, Air Force Materiel Command. The center is responsible for providing responsive, flexible full-spectrum installation engineering services. AFCEC missions include facility investment planning, design and construction, operations support, real property management, energy support, environmental compliance and restoration, and audit assertions, acquisition and program management. The unit conducts its operations at more than 75 locations worldwide. For more information on AFCEC and the directorates within the organization, see the fact sheet list below.

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  • AFCEC Support Agencies

    Director of StaffThe director of staff manages and oversees mission support activities for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, a field operating agency of the Air Force Civil Engineer. These activities include the execution of the public affairs, human resources management, protocol, civil engineering history, workflow, and strategic engagement
  • Air Force Civil Engineer Center

    MissionThe Air Force Civil Engineer Center, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, is a 1,900-person primary subordinate unit of the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, Air Force Materiel Command. The center is responsible for providing responsive, flexible full-spectrum installation engineering services. The center's
  • Air Force Civil Engineer Magazine

    Air Force Civil Engineer is a magazine for and about civil engineers and specialists throughout the U.S. Air Force. Published quarterly, CE Magazine focuses on "engineers in action," relating the experiences and accomplishments of Air Force civil engineers. Their missions are as varied as the specialties that make up the career field, and the
  • Business Opportunities

    Headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center is responsible for providing responsive, flexible full-spectrum installation engineering services across the Air Force enterprise.FEDERAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESFedBizOpps.gov is the single government point-of-entry for U.S. federal government procurement
  • Director of Staff

    MissionThe director of staff manages and oversees mission support activities for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, a field operating agency of the Air Force Civil Engineer. These activities include the execution of the public affairs, human resources management, protocol, civil engineering history, workflow, and strategic engagement programs.
  • Energy Directorate

    MissionEnergy is a directorate of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, a field operating agency of the Air Force Civil Engineer. It consists of engineers, energy experts, contract officers and support staff who provide expertise to installations and major commands. They identify, evaluate and help implement technologies and funding strategies to
  • Environmental Directorate

    MissionThe Environmental Management Directorate is responsible for managing the Air Force compliance, restoration, sustainability and National Environmental Policy Act programs. The directorate also provides environmental technical assistance and advice to Air Force installations, major commands, higher headquarters and interagency partners. The
  • Facility Engineering Directorate

    Mission The Facility Engineering Directorate is a part of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, a field operating agency of the Air Force Civil Engineer. The directorate provides design and construction expertise and services to Air Force installations that enable warfighter capabilities. The directorate’s vision is to lead the way in high quality
  • Former Air Force Research Laboratory Mesa

    The former Air Force Research Laboratory Mesa is located at the former Williams Air Force Base, Ariz. Since it opened in 1969, the lab provided for pilot training and served as a secure environment for research in warfare readiness. The level of security offered at the Mesa lab was matched by as few as four other labs in the nation. AFRL Mesa was
  • Former Brooks Air Force Base

    Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, previously named Gosport Field, Kelly Field No. 5 and Brooks Field, was established in 1917 shortly after the United States entered World War I and served primarily as a flying base during World Wars I and II. During the Korean War, Brooks became a reserve training center and later a research center focusing on
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