Corvias achieved a key milestone with their Fort Sill on-post housing partnership as they announce the successful renovation of multi-family duplex homes into five-bedroom, single-family homes.

Since assuming operations of Fort Sill family housing in 2008, Corvias has renovated 879 homes, built 512 new homes, and has invested more than $210 million to improve on-base housing.

“This initiative will provide outstanding quality of life for some of our larger military families,” said Col. James H. B. Peay IV, United States Army Garrison Fort Sill commander. “In addition, it’s a model of excellence in repurposing existing military resources to accommodate current service member needs.”

“The Corvias team comes together every single day to help military families make military installations such as Fort Sill their home,” said Pete Sims, managing director at Corvias, a long-term solutions and management partner to the U.S. military. “We are committed to supporting the resilience of the Army’s infrastructure with capital improvements that accommodate the needs of today’s military families in parallel with the mission requirements of the Department of Defense.”

These innovations are made possible through the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI). The MHPI allows for public-private partnerships, like the Corvias-Fort Sill partnership, to reverse the military housing shortage. Corvias has more than 1,800 homes located in Fort Sill.