Corvias is expanding its solar energy program at Fort Riley by outfitting an additional 385 homes with solar systems in communities throughout the installation.
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.
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.
Multi-Housing News interviewed Senior Advisor John Campbell (U.S. Army – Ret.) on privatized military housing industry’s solutions to coronavirus challenges. Read more.
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.
Hunt Military Communities will expand solar rooftop photovoltaic capabilities throughout housing communities at Scott Air Force Base, which includes more than 1,500 homes.
CBS Los Angeles reports that Lincoln Military Housing is currently in search of new employees to fill more than 50 positions across bases in California.
Daily Press: Energy-efficient systems coming to more than 1,000 Army homes at Fort Eustis and Fort Story
Balfour Beatty Communities, ENGIE partnership invests $12 million to enhance energy performance of Army homes.
Lincoln Military Housing recently earned the 2020 Exemplary Individual Project/Program Award for their partnership with Fort Sam Houston Elementary School to support the Cougar Cub Recycling Program.