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. Earlier this month, Corvias completed demolition of 140 townhomes in Aberdeen Proving Ground’s Skipper’s Point neighborhood in Maryland, increasing land availability at the installation for the U.S. Army.

“Celebrations typically occur when we break ground on new construction, but vacating and demolishing homes are another way to measure progress and move communities forward,” said Pete Sims, managing director for Corvias. “As the homes in Skipper’s Point reached their maximum life span and were vacated, we were able to remove the townhomes and prepare the land for its ownership transfer.”

Read more about how Corvias has improved military family housing at Aberdeen Proving Ground by building and renovating over 370 homes, adding vital community amenities, and supporting the U.S. Army’s resiliency goals through the installation of rooftop and ground mounted solar systems.

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