In 2022, MHPI partner company Corvias made significant capital investments across all seven of its military housing communities, including construction, interior and exterior upgrades, and energy-saving renovations.
Notable improvements included home renovations and 13,000 water and energy saving devices at Aberdeen Proving Ground; energy conservation renovations at 5,300 Fort Bragg homes, the renovation of 120 homes and 142,000 energy-enhancements at Fort Meade; 1,000 exterior home renovations at Fort Polk; adding solar panels to 350 homes at Fort Riley; energy efficiency upgrades in 1,350 homes at Fort Rucker; and energy conservation systems in more than 1,600 Fort Sill homes.
“We are continuously looking ahead and innovating to support the goals of our partners and meet the current and future needs of our residents,” said Pete Sims, managing director for Corvias’ DOD portfolio. “We are actively working toward a goal to achieve 100% renewable energy in our communities. We have already generated enough megawatts of solar energy to power approximately 3,800 homes for a year, and we expect overall long-term utility savings to be approximately $240 million, which we will reinvest back into on-post living for more than 72,000 service members and their families.”