The Corvias aggregation approach integrates the procurement process for a faster, more cost effective process, allowing you to retain control without having to add public resources. While solving your infrastructure and facilities challenges. Woven into all of our partnerships is an emphasis on enriching the community.


Solve for a slow and expensive traditional procurement process


Achieve financial stability


Maintain ownership and control


Solve infrastructure challenges and spur economic development


Be a valued community partner



The Natural Resources Defense Council discusses why we should do things

differently with our aging infrastructure and how Corvias is leading the way.


Corvias leaders are true listeners. Throughout the procurement process and into the initial partnership of Phase I, Corvias has consistently listened to priorities expressed by the BOR and the nine Phase I institutions while remaining flexible and responsive to the varying and changing needs of such a complex, diverse program. From our first interaction, Corvias has demonstrated a clear commitment to partnership and continues to place the success of the USG institutions and students as their primary goal.

Susan Ridley, Associate Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs | Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.