To celebrate the Month of the Military Child, Hunt Military Communities decided to launch Hunt Little Heroes to highlight the accomplishments of military children in local communities.
Hunt Military Communities announced they are hiring up to 30 people for property management and maintenance positions, among others, in their local Hawaii community as layoffs across the country mount.
Lincoln Military Housing staff at Silver Strand’s Youth Center were recognized as local heroes by their community for their “their tremendous service to our community and nation” during the coronavirus crisis.
Northwest Florida Daily News reports that Corvias broke ground on a new 10,000-square foot community center at Hurlburt Field.
Two Hunt Military Communities employees, Kamron Ibarra, Training Manager, and Jim Curtis, Director of Maintenance, were recently featured in Military Makeover: Operation Career on Lifetime.
Lincoln Military Housing president Jarl Bliss describes the series of reforms his company is instituting to improve service in The Virginian-Pilot.
Since February of this year, when the Navy took immediate actions to increase oversight and hold public private venture (PPV) partners accountable for timeliness benchmarks and improved customer service, Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) at NAS Patuxent River has responded to the call.
NBC12 Richmond reports that the more than 30 new military family homes and an additional 450 planned renovations at Fort Lee are a “big deal” for those living on base.
Military housing at Fort Rucker is scheduled to receive major renovations to 100 homes, including the removal of lead-based paint. Another 550 homes will receive major upgrades upgrades like heating, ventilation, and air conditioning improvements.
The U.S. Army describes how fiscal and maintenance struggles forged the creation of the MHPI program and how partner companies continue to improve on-base housing.