Total Commitment to our Military Partners
For over 20 years, Corvias has developed innovative solutions to solve our partner's challenges. We are adapting to meet the needs of the modern military family, providing quality on-base housing, excellent customer service and supporting the Army's goal of energy resilience and sustainability for mission critical operations.Watch
From energy upgrades to complete renovations, we are committed to meeting the needs of the modern military family.
Corvias is investing in our military communities and maintaining the highest standard of living by offering a safe, quality housing experience. From the stresses of deployment to frequent moves, our service members and their families deserve to live in quality homes with communal spaces that foster a true sense of home.
Corvias continues to enhance its residents’ experience by integrating mobile technology into its property management operations, freeing team members to spend more time addressing residents’ needs and less time in the office.
Unaccompanied housing for single service members is a crucial component of military life. It provides this demographic with a convenient location on base, in a comfortable and supportive environment. Randolph Pointe at Fort Liberty stands as an example of the significance and benefits of such housing for single service members.
Corvias completes a four-year program, which funded strategic infrastructure, energy, and water portfolio improvements across its military communities. The $325 million Corvias investment in its Department of Defense (DOD) portfolio includes renovations across nearly 22,000 homes – at no cost to the Army.
A momentous occasion for Fort Riley and the Warner Peterson Neighborhood with the completion of 52 new homes, now totaling 3,878. Residents of this thriving installation benefit from a range of community amenities, and appreciate the convenience of on-base living - over 13,000 individuals now calling Fort Riley their home.
Each summer, between 400-500 new residents will begin to call west-central Louisiana home. Our team works hard to help service members and families make this transition a comfortable one. A big part of that is sharing our familiarity with this area and what the community has to offer.
Corvias’ reinvestments into our military housing communities have attracted service members to well-priced, competitive, and modern outfitted residences, saving them from the inflated off-base market. The recent renovations completed at Fort Meade are a testament to quality on-post housing.
Advancing renewable energy goals for our partners is essential. Harnessing the power of energy on military installations brings with it numerous benefits. Developing resilient and secure energy solutions supports the Army Climate Strategy (ACS) goals and generates long-term savings.
While ongoing training and development have proven to be key in allowing team members to flourish, respect and connection also top the list of reasons why Fort Meade employee's have chosen to remain with the company long-term.
In 2021, Corvias announced a commitment to perform more than $92M worth of housing upgrades to Fort Johnson by 2024. As part of that commitment, today the company, along with its Army partner, celebrated the delivery of 22 newly renovated homes during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Berkley Court.
Corvias appointed Erin Murphy as the Regional Vice President of Property Operations for Corvias Property Management at Fort Meade and Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) in Maryland.
With more than 53,000 troops stationed at Fort Bragg, the installation’s privatized military housing requires dedication and perseverance to meet the varied needs of service members. At Randolph Pointe, Fort Bragg’s on-post apartment community for single and unaccompanied service members, Corvias Property Management caters to a unique subset of troops stationed at Fort Bragg.
According to the U.S. Army, “Living on base offers more than housing. It provides convenience, savings and discounts, as well as a safe and supportive community for Soldiers and their families to live, work, and have fun.”
The Corvias Foundation, in cooperation with the National Military Family Association (NMFA), today announced a new round of Corvias Foundation/NMFA Licensure and Certification scholarship awards. The scholarships are supporting 24 spouses of active-duty military members serving in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force.
Corvias Property Management received a national “Resident Satisfaction Award” from SatisFacts for earning high customer service survey scores for its management of on-post housing of more than 72,000 residents across seven U.S. Army installations nationwide.
Corvias team members prepare a holiday blanket and stocking donation as part of the Soldiers’ Angels annual Stockings for Heroes campaign, a national program that benefits deployed service members, veteran patients in VA Hospitals and National Guard and Reserves Units across the country.
Collaborating with Johnson Controls, Corvias installs more than 13,000 water and energy saving devices in approximately 200 Aberdeen Proving Ground homes. These enhancements will reduce energy consumption, while continuing to improve the living experience for military families.
To improve climate resilience and contribute to the Army's goal of converting to carbon pollution-free electricity by 2030, Corvias has collaborated with the Department of Defense on a range of solar projects at key military installations.
The recent release of the 2021 tenant satisfaction survey results led by CEL & Associates, Inc. revealed that Randolph Pointe received high marks in overall satisfaction among its residents, which encompassed scores for customer service, property operations, and maintenance.
The Fort Sill-Corvias partnership achieved another key milestone for on-post housing with the successful renovation and conversion of a series of multi-family duplex homes into modern, five-bedroom, single family homes.
The renovation in the Munson Heights neighborhood provided homes that reflect a more contemporary, open floor plan. Updates included front and back porches, dedicated laundry rooms, new flooring, roofing, windows, gables, driveways, landscaping, exterior siding, and more efficient air conditioning units.
Corvias recently launched a large-scale, energy-efficiency improvement project to install energy upgrades at Fort Novosel, Ala. The water and energy-conservation improvements are part of Corvias’ $325 million Solutions Investment.
Continuing to enhance the living experience for military families, Corvias invests more than $92M worth of housing upgrades to U.S. Army military housing at Fort Polk by 2025.
Upgrading homes with the best technology available, Corvias recently finished a large-scale effort to install energy-efficient upgrades to nearly all homes at Fort Meade. The Corvias’ Solutions Investment also includes the renovation of 120 homes in the Heritage Park, Potomac Place, and Patriot Ridge neighborhoods.
Supporting the U.S. Army’s energy-independence goals, Corvias kicks off phase III of Fort Riley's solar energy program. Once complete the energy generated will power more than 40% of Fort Riley homes.
In support of the Department of Defense’s goal to enhance the resilience of federal infrastructure, Corvias has installed water and energy savings systems into more than 1,600 homes at Fort Sill. These energy conservation improvements will increase the efficiency of the systems our residents use, while reducing pollution and energy consumption.
Corvias receives national honors for its military property management services based on independent resident satisfaction input provided to SatisFacts, a national leader for technology.
140 townhomes in the Skipper’s Point neighborhood get demolished after reaching their maximum lifespan. Once complete, the land will be returned to the Army.
With the addition of more than 350 new solar systems, Fort Riley becomes a top solar energy producer in Kansas. With more than 1,600 solar systems installed, an estimated 40 percent of annual electricity consumed by on-post family housing will be offset.
Approximately 5,300 homes at Fort Bragg recently had energy conservation upgrades. The more than 300,000 enhancements are part of Corvias’ $325 million Solutions Investment across six military installations and will reduce energy consumption while continuing to improve the living experience for military families.
These homes, part of a historic district surrounding homes that date back to the late 1800s, complement the neighboring houses with a series of design changes that reflect the needs of the families who occupy them.
Corvias announced a $325 million investment into its Department of Defense (DoD) portfolio to fund strategic modernization and resiliency improvements to its U.S. Army base housing infrastructure.
$15.8M is being reinvested by Corvias for improving 1,146 home exteriors including roofs, fascia, gutters and paint. Road improvements will be made to more than three miles of roads to level, smooth and repave roads in three neighborhoods across the installation.
In conjunction with its Military Service Partners, Corvias has completed implementation of the Department of Defense’s (DOD) Tenant Bill of Rights, which was adopted following the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (NDAA).
Corvias started the first stage of major renovations in the neighborhoods of White Wolf and Geronimo Acres at Fort Sill.
Corvias has begun delivery of more than 100 renovated homes in the Munson neighborhood at Fort Novosel as part of its $325 million capital investment.
The sense of community on an installation is one of the primary benefits residents often seek when living on post. The neighbors down the street, next-door, and in school all understand the excitement and stresses of the military lifestyle.
Investing in modernization solutions to address infrastructure needs now
Corvias continually reinvests in our facilities, providing ongoing renovation throughout the life of the asset.
ARMY MODERNIZATION IMPROVEMENTS
OF SOLAR POWER AT THREE ARMY INSTALLATIONS
HOMES RENOVATED SINCE 2018
Milestones and Accomplishments
Corvias Enters First-Of-Its-Kind Partnership With U.S. Army
Corvias Completes First Master-Planned Community
Randolph Pointe Begins $14 Million Expansion
Corvias Partners With U.S. Air Force's Continental Group
Corvias Opens 30th Community Center
63 New Homes For Hurlburt Field
5 Corvias Military Installations Achieve Top Rankings
First Renewable Energy Project Across Fort Meade and APG
New Life for Eglin Air Force Base Housing
Corvias and Fort Riley Celebrate 1st Solar Milestone
Eielson AFB Opens First Community Center
Red Raider Community Center Opens
Upgrades to Largest Geothermal Installation in the World
Renovations Near Completion at Seymour Johnson AFB
Corvias Launches New Resident Portal
Corvias Renovates 100 Homes at Edwards AFB
110 Heritage Park Homes Get New Roofs
$325M investment across military portfolio
Fort Riley Undergoes Several Major Upgrades
$15.8M renovation project at Fort Polk
Improvements Underway at Fort Bragg
Groundbreaking at Hulburt Field Community Center
100+ Homes at Fort Rucker Receive Major Renovations
Major Renovations to 32 Homes in Historic District at Fort Riley
Major Renovations Started at Fort Sill
Corvias Property Management Wins National Resident Satisfaction Award
Corvias Enacts Remaining Tenant Bill of Rights Provisions for Military Housing
Corvias Receives “Best in the Industry” Awards for Air Force Housing
Solar Energy Program Expands at Fort Riley
SUBCONTRACTED TO SMALL BUSINESSES
WORK ORDERS WITH AVERAGE 97% ON-TIME COMPLETION RATE
MILITARY HOMES MANAGED ACROSS SEVEN INSTALLATIONS