At Fort Carson, Balfour Beatty Communities recently launched a multi-phased development project to replace legacy military housing units with new, modern homes for active-duty military families.

The planned demolition of 60-year-old military homes marks the first stage of the project, which will make way for new townhomes and community amenities such as a playground and covered picnic area.

“The goal of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative [MHPI] is to support our service members by providing a quality housing experience,” said Rick Taylor, President, Facilities Operations, Renovations and Construction for Balfour Beatty Communities. “We are pleased to be working with the Army toward our common goal of bringing new, modern homes to Fort Carson and to continue delivering on our commitment to support active duty families.”

Made possible by the MHPI, Balfour Beatty Communities continues to partner with the Army to secure private financing to continually improve military housing communities at Fort Carson and other Army properties across the country.