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17th Civil Engineer Squadron

17th Civil Engineer Squadron emblem

17th Civil Engineer Squadron emblem

Mission
Provide the quality facilities, infrastructure, and customer service necessary to produce Fire Protection and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance professionals.

 

Vision
Provide an efficient, sustainable platform enabling innovation, agility and professionalism.

 

Organization
The 17th Civil Engineer Squadron is part of the 17th Mission Support Group.

The 17th CES includes:
Engineering

Fire Emergency Services
Installation Management

Operations 
Readiness & Emergency Management

The 17th CES is comprised of 171 civilian and military personnel operating and maintaining 2.7 million square feet of facilities valued at $1.2 billion and supporting a base population of 5,500 military, civilians and students. The 17th CES manages 241 privatized family housing units, 2,650 unaccompanied enlisted and officer quarters and 170 base facilities. The 17th CES executes a $14 million operating budget and $85 million design and construction program. 

 

The Engineering Flight is responsible for portfolio optimization, community planning, environmental planning, program development, energy, design and construction management, installation geospatial information and service and comprehensive asset management plan integration. They provide project management to include design, contract execution and construction oversight. The flight also provides installation mapping, facility floor plan maintenance and engineering record drawing management.

 

The Fire Emergency Services Flight provides oversight and management of all Fire Emergency Services response, prevention capabilities and HAZMAT training response.

 

The Installation Management Flight provides oversight and management of financial management support, IT management, and force support for the squadron. They provide oversight and management of real property, cultural and natural resources, environmental compliance and HAZWASTE management. The flight also provides privatized family housing, unaccompanied housing and furnishings management.

 

The Operations Flight provides oversight and management of facility and infrastructure operations, maintenance and repair, material control, customer service, services contract management and operations engineering functions.

 

Readiness and Emergency Management Flight provides oversight and management of the installation Emergency Management program and the expeditionary engineering program. They train installation populace for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) defense.  Serves as installation CBRN/HAZMAT emergency responders, emergency operations center manager and supports off-base emergency responses involving military assets.

 

Policy Letters:
Wing Commander's Environmental Policy Statement








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