Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) recently announced a $71 million project at Joint Base Lewis-McChord to renovate over 400 homes for U.S. Army soldiers and their families.

The six-year constructions project aims to significantly update legacy homes in the Military Housing Privatization Initiative portfolio.

Renovations will include both interior and exterior modifications including new electrical panels and wiring, new plumbing fixtures, air conditioning, new cabinets and countertops, new appliances, new siding and trim, conversion of carports to garages.

Kevin Clarke, National Vice President of Construction & Environmental Services said, “These renovations will provide our military families with floor plans, features, and finishes that mirror those of housing off-post. Our military families deserve nothing less.”

LMH explains, “As part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI), Lincoln Military Housing uses net operating revenues to improve existing homes and infrastructure and build new assets for communities. The cash flow and returns from the partnerships are reinvested in the program, ensuring the long-term financial health of the MHPI.”

 

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