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By NAVFAC Hawaii Public Affairs Office
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii – Capt. James G. Meyer, Civil Engineer Corps (CEC), and native of Glenwood City, Wisconsin, relieved Capt. Marc C. Delao, CEC, and took command of Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii on Aug. 7, at a short ceremony held on Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. Due to social distancing precautions, the ceremony was limited to the official party only.
Meyer, a 1989 Glenwood High School graduate, attended the University of Wisconsin earning a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Naval Science, and obtained his commission through the NROTC program as a Secretary of the Navy Distinguished Graduate. He has also earned a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Stanford University, a Master’s in Business Administration from City University and is a Graduate of the Wharton Executive Development Program.
Meyer is a registered professional engineer in the state of California, a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps, and a qualified Seabee Combat Warfare Officer. Prior to NAVFAC Hawaii, Meyer was the Director, Force Maritime Headquarters at Navy Expeditionary Combat Command in Little Creek, Virginia.
NAVFAC Hawaii is the Navy’s single touch-point for all facilities engineering products and services in Hawaii. It delivers and maintains quality, sustainable facilities through contracting, engineering, environmental, planning, and public works services to Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Department of Defense supported commands and other federal agency customers in the state.