Craig Rayner, Vice President of Whiting-Turner, left, George Rogers, President and CEO of RQ Construction, Capt. Neal Armstrong, Facilities Design and Construction Center commanding officer, Capt. Eric Jones, commander of Coast Guard Base Charleston, Mayor Reggie Burgess, City of North Charleston, Adm. Linda Fagan, commandant of the Coast Guard, Master Chief Heath Jones, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, Rear Adm. Laura Dickey, Deputy for Materiel Readiness, Rear Adm. Carola List, commander of Operational Logistics Command, Rear Adm. Douglas Schofield, commander of Coast Guard District Seven, break ground during a Coast Guard groundbreaking ceremony for a new Base Charleston campus in North Charleston, South Carolina, Jan. 26, 2024. The 64-acre campus along the Cooper River will support the five Charleston-based national security cutters, their crews, and the support personnel. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Moreno)
240129-G-M0101-1001.JPG Photo By: Petty Officer 3rd Class Moreno

Jan 29, 2024
Base Charleston - Craig Rayner, Vice President of Whiting-Turner, left, George Rogers, President and CEO of RQ Construction, Capt. Neal Armstrong, Facilities Design and Construction Center commanding officer, Capt. Eric Jones, commander of Coast Guard Base Charleston, Mayor Reggie Burgess, City of North Charleston, Adm. Linda Fagan, commandant of the Coast Guard, Master Chief Heath Jones, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, Rear Adm. Laura Dickey, Deputy for Materiel Readiness, Rear Adm. Carola List, commander of Operational Logistics Command, Rear Adm. Douglas Schofield, commander of Coast Guard District Seven, break ground during a Coast Guard groundbreaking ceremony for a new Base Charleston campus in North Charleston, South Carolina, Jan. 26, 2024. The 64-acre campus along the Cooper River will support the five Charleston-based national security cutters, their crews, and the support personnel. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Moreno)


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