Air Force to Privatize Military Housing in Colorado, California
The U.S. Air Force Space Command is seeking to privatize the development, renovation and management of military family housing at three bases in Colorado and California and will be providing information for companies interested in participating during a forum in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Nov. 9-10. The forum is open to developers, financiers, home builders and property managers.
Approximately 1,564 housing units will be privatized under the Air Force Housing Privatization Program. The project is still in the planning stages and the number of units under consideration has not been finalized.
The bases under consideration include:
Information about the location and scope of the bases’ housing privatization projects will be provided at the forum. In addition, there will be opportunities for vendors of housing-related materials and services to network with project developers.
The Air Force Housing Privatization Program was established to improve the quality of housing and life for active military personnel and their families, while reducing the Department of Defense's cost of providing housing.
To register or for more information, contact Jones Lang LaSalle, privatization support contractor, the Air Force selection contractor for these projects, at www.jllpsc.com.