CONCOURSE AWARDED U.S. ARMY HOUSING CONTRACT
April 5, 2016
Annapolis, MD, April 4, 2016 - The Concourse Group, LLC (Concourse) has been awarded a 3-year contract to provide technical and professional engineering support to the Army Housing Program to respond to the growing need for quality affordable housing and barracks for soldiers and their families.
The U.S. Army’s Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (OACSIM), Army Housing Division is responsible for policy, prioritization, resourcing and oversight of Housing programs and services supporting Soldiers and their Families worldwide. Key focus areas include Family, Unaccompanied (Soldiers without dependents), and Community Housing advocacy. The Army Housing Division provides Soldiers and Families a quality of life that commensurate with their service and sacrifice.
Concourse will create Housing Master Plans, Independent Housing Review Analyses, Garrison’s Facility Condition Assessments, and Budget Estimates. The scope of work includes analysis of DD1391s, industry trends for Green Building Construction, industry Energy and Construction standards and Housing life cycle economic analysis.
Tom Shea, a former principal at Concourse said, “Concourse is thrilled to support the Army on this assignment. The mission of the Army Housing Division of OACSIM- to provide quality affordable housing and barracks for Soldiers and Families – fits perfectly with Concourse’s fifteen-year history of consulting on military housing and real estate projects.”
About The Concourse Group
The Concourse Group, headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland and with offices in Washington, DC, Colorado, and California, was founded in 2001 and provides consulting support in affordable/workforce housing, real estate privatization, finance, development, planning, and economic analysis. The firm provides end-to-end real property consulting throughout the entire property lifecycle to optimize its client’s portfolio.
Concourse won the MIT 2016 Small Business of the Year Award for its work developing a plan to recapitalize MIT’s research laboratory campus.
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