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Aberdeen Proving Ground

Maryland counties collaborate with Aberdeen Proving Ground on planning and growth.

Admiral Akers Elementary School

California’s Central Union School District initiates plans to modernize and expand Admiral Akers Elementary School.

Army Research Laboratory

The site went from 540 civilian jobs pre-closure to more than 1,000 people now employed.

Beachwood Elementary School

Washington’s Clover Park School District constructed new 71,143-square-foot-facility.

Bergstrom Air Force Base

Converting from military installation to international airport tripled the number of jobs on site.

Branch-Forbes Elementary School

Muroc Joint Unified School District undertakes a 119,644-square-foot construction project for Branch-Forbes Elementary School.

Brooks City-Base Texas

The redevelopment of the base continues, with 150% of lost jobs already replaced.

Brunswick Naval Air Station

New job creation is at 149% of civilian jobs lost at base closure and still growing.

Buckley Annex

800 residential units and 400 full time jobs are expected to be created.

Burroughs High School

California’s Sierra Sands Unified School District undertakes a 185,060-square-foot construction project for Burroughs High School.

Cameron Station

Cameron Station has transformed into a vibrant residential community with over 2,000 units.

Camp Allen Elementary School

The City of Norfolk and Norfolk Public Schools initiated a 97,941-square-foot construction project for Camp Allen Elementary School.

Camp Clark

Camp Clark and local communities work together for compatible growth.

Camp Crowder

Camp Crowder and surrounding areas work to ensure successful community growth and development.

Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center and Alpena Joint Training Center

NE Michigan comes together to work on growth issues with area military installations.

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