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Kelly Air Force Base

Site redevelopment has more than replaced the civilian jobs lost from the realignment of Kelly Air Force Base.

Logan Elementary School

Texas’ El Paso Independent School District constructed a new 99,108-square-foot facility for Logan Elementary School.

Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant and Red River Army Depot

The TexAmericas Center continues to aggressively redevelop over 9,000 acres in East Texas.

Loring Air Force Base

The Loring Development Authority is developing a commercial, industrial and aviation park.

Lowry Air Force Base

Former Lowry Air Force Base is now a premier Denver neighborhood, generating 8,000 jobs.

Madigan Army Medical Center

New road construction project improves access to the Madigan Army Medical Center.

Marine Corps Air Station Tustin

With retail, residences, parks and offices, the redeveloped site employs 10 times more civilians than at base closure.

Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary and Middle School

California’s Fallbrook Union Elementary School District initiates plans to construct new facilities.

Mather Air Force Base

Mather Commerce Center is thriving with over 60 businesses and 6,600 employees.

McClellan Air Force Base

The redeveloped McClellan Business Park employs almost twice as many as the base did at closure.

Meade High School

Maryland’s Anne Arundel County Public Schools initiates plans to modernize facilities.

Miller Elementary School

California’s San Diego Unified School District undertakes a 91,659-square-foot construction project.

Mokapu Elementary School

Hawaii Department of Education was invited to submit a proposal to construct new facilities or modernize existing facilities.

Murray Middle School

Sierra Sands Unified School District constructs a new 86,609-square-foot facility for Murray Middle School.

Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station / Camp Navajo

Coconino County communities collaborate with local military for compatible civilan growth.

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