Balfour Beatty Communities and the U.S. Army recently broke ground on a new development project to modernize family housing at Fort Eisenhower. World Construction Network reports that the planned Pine Tree Terrace community “aims to offer a ‘modern’, remodelled housing service to servicemembers and their families who live on the base.” The project comes as Balfour Beatty Communities implements a broader plan to  invest in the renewal and reconstruction of their Military Housing Privatization (MHPI) Army housing portfolio.

When completed, Pine Tree Terrace will include 76 new three- and four-bedroom homes and accessible units designated for junior enlisted servicemembers. According to the Army, the floor plans were designed “with input from both the Fort Eisenhower and Fort Jackson communities, to include additional open/flex space.”

At the ceremony, Colonel Reginald Evans, Fort Eisenhower Installation Commander, said, “Pine Tree Terrace provides much-needed new housing for our junior enlisted servicemembers and marks the beginning of a multiyear development plan to modernize family housing at Fort Eisenhower.”

With site work underway, construction is expected to commence in March 2024 with completion in in late 2025.