“It is a great honor for Fort Hood Family Housing to receive this award,” said Marvin Williams, director of property management for Fort Hood Family Housing. “The entire Fort Hood Family Housing team works to provide the best in class service for our residents and the community as a whole. We pride ourselves in providing more than just homes for our nation’s heroes and their families. We want to provide a genuine sense of community and make this a place they want to call home.”
As one of the first privatized installations under the Department of the Army’s Residential Communities Initiative (RCI), Fort Hood Family Housing opened in 2001. Managed by WinnResidential Military Housing Services, the community offers first-class service to the military men, women and their families serving at Fort Hood. Comprised of 12 communities with two- to five-bedroom apartments, Fort Hood Family Housing earned the distinction of the largest LEED certified residential community in the state of Texas, and in the Army.
Amenities include state-of-the-art community centers with meeting spaces and free Internet cafes, as well as a series of fun and educational programs for families. Centrally located neighborhoods are situated on more than 10 miles of beautiful walking trails that connect residents to a variety of services and amenities. Fort Hood Family Housing is also active in the local community.
Fort Hood Family Housing, owned by Lend Lease, is home to more than 5,300 soldiers and their families stationed at Fort Hood. Fort Hood Family Housing will receive the award June 27 at the 2015 NAA Education Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas.