At Corvias, we bring something unique to every one of our partnerships: a deep sense of humility and selflessness. This approach differentiates our company from others and allows us to earn an uncommon level of trust from our partners.

Howard university

The Corvias partnership with Howard University, one of the largest and most highly respected of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the country was initiated, created, and finalized in 13 months.


Georgia State University (GSU) is centered in the historic financial hub of downtown Atlanta, providing more than 50,000 students with unsurpassed connections to the city’s business, government, nonprofit and cultural organizations.

Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg has a proud heritage as home of the Nation’s finest fighting forces. As one of the largest military complexes in the world spanning almost 3,000 acres, Fort Bragg is home to the XVIII Airborne Corps, the Army’s only Airborne Division, the Special Operations Command, FORSCOM, USARC and the US Army’s largest Support Command.


Corvias has completed nearly $9 billion in development and operations spending on facilities and infrastructure for our military partners in the last 20 years under the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI).


Corvias was selected as the private partner in the US Army’s initial pilot program to privatize residential communities at Fort Meade, as well as the partner at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), the last of the Army’s privatized installations.


In 2001, the US Army selected Corvias to perform a pilot program at Fort Meade which ultimately set the standard for all military housing partnerships under the MHPI. When Corvias first assumed responsibility for the Fort Meade project, occupancy was in the low 70% range and there was a maintenance backlog of 36,798 work orders that Corvias was able to clear in 60 days.


Corvias was selected to rejuvenate the housing community in rural Fort Polk, Louisiana, in 2004. Partnering closely with the US Army, Corvias identified multiple opportunities to mitigate the risk of a project that was remotely located and characterized by higher-than-normal service member attrition. Corvias has been able to increase resident retention by more than 13%.


Just one month after Corvias assumed responsibility of approximately 4,000 homes in its public-private partnership with the US Army at Fort Riley, the 1st Infantry Division returned to the installation after being headquartered in Germany for more than 10 years.


Fort Rucker is the primary flight training base for Army Aviation and is home to the US Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE). With a significant focus on learning and training, Corvias aligned interests with Fort Rucker’s leadership to support the important academic mission.


As Corvias prepared to close on the Fort Sill Partnership, the global financial crisis of 2008 negatively impacted market conditions, resulting in a near freeze of all real-estate transactions whether planned or unplanned.


Working collaboratively with our partners, the US Air Force, 412th Test Wing and the USAF Test Pilot School, Corvias fosters a sense of community through the new construction, renovation, operations, and resident services with a focus on modern features and technology in a master-planned environment


At Eglin AFB, Corvias oversees all comprehensive operation and management activities. The Eglin AFB program includes the new construction of 747 homes that are comprised of 237 single family and 510 duplex homes.


The Eielson AFB P3 is part of a larger partnership with the US Air Force to provide housing development, construction, management, maintenance and other support services.


At Hurlburt Field, Florida, Corvias oversees all comprehensive operation and management activities. The Hurlburt Field program includes the new construction of 404 homes that are comprised of 150 single family and 154 duplex homes.


In 2011, Corvias was selected as the top offeror for the Continental Group P3 — the last of the family housing partnership opportunities with the US Air Force. Unlike Corvias’ prior partnerships with the US Army, in which each installation was privatized individually, the Continental Group combined six Air Force bases.