Twelve neighborhoods also recognized for high resident satisfaction
East Greenwich, RI (October 6, 2015) — Corvias Military Living, the military housing division of Corvias Group, announced today that five of its communities (Fort Rucker, Fort Riley, Fort Sill, Fort Bragg and Aberdeen Proving Ground) placed in the top ten for resident satisfaction in the 2015 Headquarters Department of the Army (HQDA) Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) Resident Survey. Fort Rucker received the highest score of any installation overall.
"We're extremely honored to have received such praise from our residents and our installation teams deserve credit for their hard work," said Chuck Parker, Division President of Corvias Military Living. "We're very eager to review the survey's findings to see how we can improve the service we provide to service members and their families, which remains our priority."
The 2015 HQDA RCI Resident Survey was distributed to 43 Army installations and filled out by 19,431 residents. The feedback provides the Army and Corvias with vital information to evaluate the current state of the partnership and guide future improvements to the housing facilities and residential services.
Fort Rucker received the Crystal Installation Award for an overall score of at least 85 and a response rate of at least 20 percent. Rucker, which received the highest overall score, was one of two installations to receive this distinction. Fort Riley placed fourth while Fort Sill placed sixth. Aberdeen Proving Ground finished ninth while Fort Bragg rounded out the top ten. Fort Polk was listed ninth in the service category.
At the neighborhood level, Reece Crossings placed third while Randolph Pointe was presented with the A List Platinum Award for a score of 96.2 percent and a response rate of 20 percent as the top neighborhood in the survey. Ten additional neighborhoods received the A List Award with a score of at least 85 percent and a response rate of at least 20 percent: Patriot Village at Aberdeen Proving Ground; Linden Oaks-Clubhouse and Normandy-Bastogne Gables at Fort Bragg; Cypress Terrace and Palmetto Terrace at Fort Polk; Ellis Heights and Historic Main Post at Fort Riley; and Allen Heights, Bowden Terrace and Munson Heights at Fort Rucker.
Corvias actively manages 13 U.S. government partnerships and additional private partnerships. In the past 12 years, the company has raised the capital needed for the construction and redevelopment of more than 12,000 acres in communities serving more than 24,000 families. Corvias is also currently responsible for implementing more than $11 billion in maintenance and infrastructure repairs, and will reinvest $4.4 billion into its current public sector partnerships for continuous maintenance, upgrades and redevelopment during a 50-year span.
About Corvias Group
Corvias Group is a privately-owned company that strives to tackle tough, large-scale challenges through trusted partnerships that put client interests first; focus more on performance than profit; and, produce sustainable long-term solutions. Three business divisions deliver our mission of Living Made Better — Corvias Military Living, Corvias Campus Living and Corvias Solutions. We work on behalf of the U.S. military, colleges and universities, and public sector agencies to develop tailored solutions that remedy some of America's most challenging deficiencies in infrastructure and facilities caused by chronic underinvestment. All Corvias Group companies are governed by three core principles: Be the best provider of service; be the best place to work; and, generously give back to the communities where we live and serve. Corvias (kor-vee-us) Group is headquartered in East Greenwich, R.I. www.corvias.com