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Hampton Roads Region – Norfolk and Virginia Beach

Norfolk and Virginia Beach team up to address growth with local navy installations.

Hampton Roads Region – Portsmouth and Chesapeake

The region of Hampton Roads works together with the Navy on growth and management issues.

Hancock Elementary School

San Diego USD undertakes a 90,500-square-foot construction project.

Hillside Elementary School

Washington’s Clover Park School District constructed a new 77,114-square-foot facility for Hillside Elementary School.

Indian Head NSF

Charles Co. Maryland collaborates with neighboring military installation on growth issues.

Joint Base Charleston

Charleston region works to ensure successful civilian growth while supporting JB Charleston.

Joint Base Langley-Eustis

Communities surrounding Joint Base Langley-Eustis working together to address urban growth.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord

Washington communities work with JB Lewis-McChord to ensure growth is compatible with base.

Joint Base San Antonio

San Antonio works together with local joint base to ensure sucessful growth and mission readiness.

Joint Region Marianas Guam

Guam is developing a compatible land use project that supports the military mission.

Keesler Air Force Base

Biloxi and area communities implement growth plans compatible with military mission.

Kelly Air Force Base

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

Klamath Falls Air National Guard Base

Klamath County, Oregon works to protect military airspace at local Air National Guard 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.

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