In honor of Month of the Military Child, Hunt Military Communities (HMC) and its non-profit organization, Hunt Heroes Foundation, announced the winners of this year's “Hunt Little Heroes” program. Four dependent children of military service members were recognized for making a difference within their communities.
U.S. Army base of Fort Polk, Louisiana has experienced two hurricanes, a tropical storm, and an ice storm over the past few months, devastating thousands of homes belonging to service members and families. Corvias Property Management, which operates and maintains housing on Fort Polk, has worked tirelessly to rebuild this community and successfully responded to more than 1,800 emergency calls in the immediate aftermath of the hurricanes.
The 7-year maintenance history provides unprecedented transparency to service members when deciding where to live as they transfer to a new duty station. MHA member companies have been working with the Department of Defense and respective service branch partners to develop and roll out an easy-to-understand 7-year maintenance history of a home.
Investing in long-term solutions to help combat the impact of extreme weather events on military housing infrastructure
In recognition of Earth Day, the Military Housing Association (MHA) is bringing attention to severe weather conditions that impact mission critical programs like the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) and the steps leading military housing providers are taking to protect military housing communities. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin recently made headlines by stating that climate
Fort Rucker Public Affairs: “Fort Rucker improves housing experience with better processes, renovations”
Corvias and the Fort Rucker housing office have “improved key processes and hired additional people to enhance the on-post living experience” at Fort Rucker, according to the U.S. Army.
Military Housing Association member company Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) recently received the “Exceptional” Award from resident ratings of LMH for the seventh consecutive year.
Military Housing Association member company Corvias recently received the 2020 National SatisFacts Resident Satisfaction Company Award for excellence in resident service efforts and privatized military housing property management. To capture additional feedback from residents, SatiFacts measured resident satisfaction following every move-in and work order completion at all of Corvias’ 13 installations.
Fort Riley garrison commander Col. Will McKannay held a roundtable to discuss recent accomplishments at the installation and provide information on future initiatives, like investments being made to privatized military family housing communities.
Few people could have predicted the challenges caused by the pandemic. Despite the pressures and uncertainties, service members answered the call to serve each and every day. To support them, Military Housing Association (MHA) member companies and their staff worked tirelessly to provide essential housing services for service members and their families.
Hunt Military Communities will expand solar rooftop photovoltaic capabilities throughout housing communities at Scott Air Force Base, which includes more than 1,500 homes.