Fort Benning Family Housing / by Stephanie Amateis

Fort Benning, GA
3,667 Units of Housing for the Army


A Closer Look //

Fort Benning Family Housing is an innovative partnership with the U.S. Army to plan, develop, construct, and manage military family housing communities for Fort Benning and Camp Frank D. Merrill, Georgia. The initial development plan, which spanned ten years, included the demolition and replacement of 1,683 homes and the refurbishment of 2,316 existing homes, of which 500 are historically significant, at Fort Benning.

This public-private partnership has proven to be of great benefit to military families and is an important way for our nation to show its gratitude for their continued service.
— William A. Armbruster, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Privatization and Partnerships, Department of the Army
It doesn’t feel like we’re really going into Army housing. It’s a first class display of what a first class community ought to look like. And of course that’s what we have here, a first class community.
— Maj. Gen. Walter Wojdakowski, Commander, USAIC

Recent Recognition //