For the eighth consecutive year, Military Housing Association member Liberty Military Housing (LMH) received the “Exceptional” award rating for resident satisfaction from SatisFacts based on third-party surveys.
SatisFacts awarded Military Housing Association member Corvias for its military property management services based on independent resident satisfaction input.
For the second year in a row, privatized military housing provider Balfour Beatty Communities (BBC) has been named a Motili Carbon Reduction Champion.
Hunt Military Communities, a Military Housing Association member, launched the third annual “Hunt Little Heroes” program for military children in honor of Month of the Military Child, nationally recognized each April.
Demolishing end-of-cycle homes is a critical component of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative’s mission to eliminate inadequate housing by leveraging public-private partnerships.
Military Housing Association member Liberty Military Housing recently launched a new program, Liberty’s Little Libraries, with the goal of connecting military families with books and increasing literacy and learning within its communities.
More than 1,600 privatized military homes at Fort Riley now feature solar systems after MHA member company Corvias expanded renewable power generation capabilities with the U.S. Army.
Corvias recently completed energy conservation improvements to approximately 5,300 homes at Fort Bragg, North Carolina as part of their $325 million Solutions Investment across six military installations.
This week, Liberty Military Housing (LMH) announced a $31.3 million dollar reinvestment and redevelopment project for the Capehart community, a privatized military housing community at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Yuma installation.
Corvias has reached a milestone in its initial development scope to build 400 new homes at Hurlburt Field as part of a larger effort through the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) to eliminate inadequate military family housing.