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BE A PROACTIVE PROBLEM-SOLVER

Imagine being unshackled from the financial burdens holding your institution back while creating long-term value by solving your infrastructure and facilities challenges.

In the last 20 years Corvias has created 32 partnerships with the Department of Defense, colleges, universities and municipalities to solve their infrastructure and facilities challenges. Our ability to help you pivot your organization from a reactive responder to a proactive problem-solver, unlock greater value, realize efficiencies in spending and reinvest excess dollars back into your assets and your infrastructure is a proven approach. Working together, we can help you solve problems to allow you to leverage preplanned spending and climb out from under the challenges holding your institution back so you can focus on delivering against your core mission.

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Government Partnerships

Nearly $9 billion in development and operations spending on facilities and infrastructure through the finance, design, construction, renovation and property management of homes and infrastructure on 13 military installations. Retrofitted 2,000 acres to help municipalities be in compliance with the EPA Clean Water Act.

 
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Higher Education Partnerships

More than 26,000 beds under management at 12 colleges and universities. More than $1 billion in capital raised for the development of 6.1 million gross square feet and the defeasement of $454 million in debt for our partners.

 

Featured Stories and News

CORVIAS FOUNDATION AWARDS $100,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO MILITARY SPOUSES

August 21, 2019

Corvias Foundation, a private charitable foundation dedicated to increasing opportunities for military families, today announced the 2019 recipients of its annual military spouse scholarship. The 20 recipients, each the spouse of an active-duty service member, will receive a one-time scholarship of $5,000 to be put towards furthering their academic aspirations.

CORVIAS' $34M GEOTHERMAL PROJECT BRINGS ENERGY INDEPENDENCE WITHIN REACH AT FORT POLK

July 29, 2019

Project modernizes aging infrastructure, benefits military families, saves significant money for U.S. Army.

ON THE FRONTLINES OF MILITARY HOUSING

July 25, 2019

As seen in Military Housing News: Tim Toohey, managing director of Corvias Property Management, discusses the challenge of on-base occupancy and how best to meet military members’ housing needs.

IMPROVEMENTS, RENOVATIONS UNDERWAY AT FORT BRAGG MILITARY HOUSING

July 25, 2019

Projects Focus on Home, Community and Pedestrian Areas

CORVIAS FOUNDATION CELEBRATES 2019 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CLASS AT ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY

July 19, 2019

Since 2006, Corvias Foundation has awarded more than 428 scholarships, or nearly $9 million, to military children, spouses, and children of Corvias employees across 13 Army and Air Force installations.

CORVIAS FOUNDATION HONORED BY RED SOX FOUNDATION

July 15, 2019

Executive Director of the Red Sox Foundation. Bekah Salwasser presented Corvias Founder John Picerne with a personalized jersey at the July 12th Red Sox game in recognition of Corvias Foundation’s 10 years of support and more than $250,000 in donations to the Red Sox Foundation.

STUDENT HOUSING BUSINESS FEATURES GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY DIRECTOR OF HOUSING, RANDY BROWN

July 08, 2019

In the May/June issue of Student Housing Business, Brown discusses how Georgia State went from a commuter campus to a traditional, four-year campus.

STUDENT CENTER, NEW RESIDENCE HALLS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

June 27, 2019

Corvias is partnering with North Carolina Central University to assist them to meet their needs and goals, including growing enrollment, implementing a requirement for second-year students to live on campus, energizing specific areas of campus, and providing more independent housing options for upper-division students.

CORVIAS PARTNERSHIP WITH ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL DELIVER 330 NEW RESIDENTIAL BEDS BY FALL 2020

June 07, 2019

Historic Mies Van der Rohe-designed Bailey Hall will Undergo Renovation