In September, Army officials and The Michaels Organization began construction of the Lower Stilwell housing development of Presidio of Monterey, which will include 108 brand new energy efficient family homes. This new project plays an important role in reducing the Department of Defense’s carbon footprint by deploying technologies to make homes more energy efficient, improving the energy resiliency of installations.
Gen. John Campbell (U.S. Army-Ret.): Providing Quality On-Base Housing Options for Military Families with a Disabled Family Member
Military families with family members who have a disability or require an accommodation frequently decide to live on base to take advantage of accessible housing options and community amenities that can accommodate their disability. Privatized military housing providers that build and manage military housing communities in the United States are dedicated to assisting these families as service members and their partners and children answer the call to serve our country.
The non-profit founded by MHA member company Hunt Military Communities (HMC) is finding a way to support Afghan refugees currently housed at Fort Lee, Virginia Army Base. Hunt Heroes Foundation (HHF), the non-profit organization founded by HMC, recently announced that it is donating clothing and other supplies to aid hundreds of refugees located at Fort Lee.
The recent surge in the cost of rental units across the country reinforces the need for the Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) to accurately reflect local market rates and cover 100% of housing costs.
Corvias is expanding its solar energy program at Fort Riley by outfitting an additional 385 homes with solar systems in communities throughout the installation.
Tenant satisfaction survey results inform understanding of operational performance & identify opportunities for improvements
Innovative methods for collecting resident feedback are changing how privatized military housing providers deliver high-quality homes and industry-leading services for active-duty military families.
See first-hand the dedication of Military Housing Association (MHA) member companies’ employees as they explain the industry’s commitment to the Tenant Bill of Rights.
MHA member companies continue to be recognized for high-quality customer service to active-duty military families living in privatized military housing communities.
Balfour Beatty Communities Continues to Invest in Military Housing Sustainability with Expanded Solar Initiative
Military Housing Association (MHA) member company Balfour Beatty Communities (BBC) recently announced that it has completed agreements to install rooftop solar systems for military housing at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Naval Air Station Pensacola and Naval Station Mayport.
ICYMI: Private housing companies expand partnership with services to create more supportive military communities
In Case You Missed It: MHA Senior Advisor General John Campbell (U.S. Army – Ret.) discusses the relationship between private housing companies and services to fully implement the Tenant Bill of Rights for military housing residents in an opinion piece for the Military Times.