Vandenberg Air Force Base

  • Vandenberg Air Force Base Military Housing Ends Six-Year Makeover Process

    The housing component at Vandenberg Air Force Base has received a major boost as the initial development period has finally come to an end. A partnership between Balfour Beatty Communiites LLC and Hensel Phelps Construction Company handled the renovation and construction of new military housing units at the base. The total investment made during the six-year interval now stands at around $158 million. Balfour Beatty Communities currently deals with a range of residential projects including multifamily, military and student housing. With the initial development period now over, the developer and property manager has increased the number of units it handles at the Vandenberg AFB to almost 1000.

    Los Angeles 20 May 2013 14:06

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