The new CNATT facility, which is located at Camp Pendleton, serves as a training facility for all aviation mechanics that repair H-1 aircraft (Huey and Cobra Helicopters). CNATT was constructed as a design build project and is comprised of a high-rise applied instruction center with administrative spaces. The applied instruction spaces are comprised of electronic classrooms, aviation training shop laboratories and high bay composite maintenance training spaces. Administrative areas for officers and instructors, auditorium, and toilet/shower/locker rooms serve as a support to the applied instruction center. Also included in the electrical design was a three story parking structure and 530KW photovoltaic system. The energy efficient electrical design along with information systems including LAN, fiber optics, MCB and MCAS NMCI, telephone and cable television included in Neal Electric’s scope of work help make the new CNATT facility an elite training center for the United States Marine Corps.