The focus and core mission of the partnership between Corvias and the US Army at Fort Liberty is to facilitate the training of the nation’s first responders through a long-term on-base housing solution to efficiently operate and maintain the 6,104 homes spanning nine on-post communities and implement stormwater best management practices to minimize stormwater runoff from Fort Liberty's 3,000 acres. Because of Corvias’ true partnership commitment and ability to always do what is best for service members and their families, the US Army is able to focus 100% on its core mission.
At Fort Liberty, Corvias relocated 4,670 families from their existing homes to newly constructed or newly renovated homes. The homes were then backfilled after renovation with another round of relocations to ensure all families received upgrades. These relocations required a meticulous level of customer care in addition to a long list of logistics including ongoing coordination with the construction team to ensure homes were ready. Corvias also scheduled and monitored the packing and unpacking of household goods and provided off-site accommodations during the actual moves.
Flexible Development Scope
Fort Liberty asked Corvias to identify and purchase additional acreage to construct an additional 1,470 units, two community centers, three schools, a firehouse, a child care center, and walking trails. Corvias identified the location that is now Linden Oaks, a thriving new community outside of the gates, which has seen increased private development including retail, restaurants, doctor’s offices, and new private homes. Corvias also constructed Randolph Pointe, the Army’s first Single Unaccompanied Housing (SUH) apartment complex on-post to house a group of highly trained, influential leaders.
Corvias’ on-site operations and maintenance team has successfully reduced residential electricity consumption by over 36% since the start of the partnership at Fort Liberty, and all those savings are reinvested back into the partnership.
As part of our continuing efforts to address national environmental and infrastructure challenges, Corvias is in the process of developing a total of 22MW of solar installations at Fort Liberty to improve energy security, reduce our carbon footprint, and stabilize fluctuating utility rates. All cost savings generated from this important initiative will be reinvested back into the partnership for the benefit of Fort Liberty and its residents.
Corvias strives to provide the best possible customer service to the residents on base, to date we have responded to over 1.3 million service calls at Fort Liberty and we maintain a 87% occupancy rate. The responsiveness of Corvias’ on-site maintenance team helps build strong, welcoming communities on base. Additionally, Corvias drives significant economic impact to the area through the addition of new jobs. To date, Corvias has subcontracted more than $600 million, utilizing 71% small businesses and 86% local businesses for work performed under the partnership. In addition, the Army selected the Fort Liberty partnership as the “Project of the Year” among all 43 of its family housing partnerships. Corvias was lauded for delivering outstanding homes and amenities, as well as maintaining exceptional management and community engagement practices.
- Construct and renovate single- and multi-family homes on base
- Partnership with a leasehold interest in existing on-installation housing
- Provide day-to-day maintenance, operations, and long-term repair and replacement for on-base housing
- Apartments offer private bedrooms, an office area, and baths; they also provide spaces for relaxation and fitness
|Duration||50 years, 2003-2053|
|Capital Raise||$425 million|
|Program Size||6,458 homes / 20,407 beds/10,354,236 GSF/2,937 acres|
|Initial Development||$591.4 million|
|Long Term Development||$1.6 billion in planned replacement / renovation of all housing|
|Total Local Economic Impact||$7.1 billion|
|Total Projected to be Returned to Partner||$1.6 billion|