The Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) partners remain strongly committed to advancing the Department of Defense’s energy security goals by increasing the sustainability and improving the energy performance at military housing communities.
Corvias Military Living has partnered with Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk on a multimillion-dollar project to improve housing at Fort Polk.
Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) has been hard at work this summer organizing hundreds of virtual community events as part of their Community Service program.
I am proud to announce that I have joined the Military Housing Association as a senior advisor. Making a difference in the lives of service members and their families is at the core of everything I have done and my goal is to do even more through the Military Housing Association.
Creating innovative housing management solutions for the U.S. military has been central to the Military Housing Privatizing Initiative (MHPI) mission since its inception.
Military Housing Association member companies are proud to support the launch of the Army’s Digital Garrison app, a one-stop shop for useful installation-specific information.
We are committed to ensuring the health and safety of residents and employees across privatized military housing. While the COVID-19 pandemic presented tremendous challenges to our nation’s service members and their families, MHA member companies acted quickly to implement operational safeguards and policy changes to support residents during these unprecedented times.
Military housing partners continue to keep residents supported during COVID-19. Hunt Military Communities has taken a number of steps to ensure both employees and residents can work and live safely in their military communities.
The Fall 2019 Navy Public Private Venture (PPV) survey published by Navy Installations Command measured resident satisfaction after MHPI partner companies and the Department of Defense began implementing solutions to expand and enhance services and improve the resident experience.
Corvias has begun delivery of more than 100 renovated homes in the Munson neighborhood at Fort Rucker as part of its $325 million capital investment to fund improvements to the company’s entire Army housing portfolio.