P-1132 Communication Information Systems Operations Complex at Camp Pendleton

The USMC's Communication Command Center at Camp Pendelton

Key Statistics


Oceanside, CA


NAVFAC Southwest


93,720 square feet

2, 2, 2, and 2 levels above grade

4 buildings

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P-1132 Communication Information Systems (CIS) Operations Complex at Camp Pendleton located in Oceanside, CA is a ground-up, Type I masonry federal project. The square footage is distributed across throughout four structures with two levels above grade. There are also 1,077 associated parking stalls.

The four structures at the multi-phased campus include a headquarters facility with an integrated Mission Control Center or Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and tactical data center, a cable supply warehouse, and two area distribution nodes that convey critical communications and information aboard the Base for real-time situational awareness, decision making and command and control. The main HQ/Data/EOC facility includes highly advanced Antiterrorism Force Protection (ATFP) features encompassing all aspects of physical and cyber security.

The EOC also features secure and highly secure conferencing and C4iSR capabilities that allows highly sensitive information to be passed to decision makers and then through the network for real-time situational awareness and response in times of need. Besides storage and warehousing capabilities, the cable supply warehouse features critical radio systems and communications equipping facilities for first responder operations, vehicles and equipment.

The total project has over six miles of underground utilities and OSP infrastructure running between the three sites and underwent a one-year design process with dozens of engineers and subject matter experts from all over the world to design this first-of-its-kind facility.


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