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  • Higher education is facing a $774 billion deferred maintenance challenge, but we have a solution:

    The Corvias Approach: How It Works.

    Corvias helps upgrade, build and renovate aging infrastructure through sustainable, transparent financing and long-term solutions to dramatically improve residents' quality of life through a focus on facilities. Corvias uses a proven Service Concession Arrangement, which allows the partnership to monetize existing housing revenue or other revenue streams, creating a funding source to solve systemic facility needs with a long-term sustainable program.

  • Wayne State approves private partnership with Corvias for housing.

    Wayne State approves private partnership for housing

    Wayne State's board has approved a partnership with a private company that will turn over the running of on-campus housing in exchange for renovations and taking on existing debt. The board unanimously approved the measure, without comment, during its formal board meeting on Friday afternoon.

  • “We wanted a long-term partner, not a casual real estate investor,” says Susan H. Ridley, associate vice chancellor for fiscal affairs and finance director.

    Partners in higher ed housing

    The University of Kentucky had a problem: Enrollment was up significantly, but the number of residence hall spots remained stagnant. With 5,000 beds available in 22 campus residence halls, the university could accommodate incoming freshman-but a growing number of sophomores desiring on-campus housing were being turned away.

  • Read John Picerne’s latest thoughts in Providence Business News on how public/private partnerships make communities stronger.

    Picerne lauded for leadership

    John Picerne, founder of Corvias Group, was recently honored with the National Council of Public-Private Partnership's Excellence in Individual Leadership Award. NCPPP recognizes exemplary projects and visionary leaders for achievement in public-private partnerships. What are the characteristics of a successful leader? Having a clearly defined mission and a strong conviction that mission comes first.

  • A strong company culture and conviction in the mission starts at the top. Eight Corvias leaders share their thoughts and their passion for the work we’re doing in this series of Q&A interviews in LEADERS magazine.

    LEADERS July, August, September 2016 Contents

    LEADERS July, August, September 2016 Contents

  • Congratulations to Corvias Founder/CEO, John Picerne! He won the Nat'l Council for Public-Private Partnerships' Excellence in Individual Leadership Award for his leadership in the development & delivery of a P3 project:



    In less than one year into our partnership with the University System of Georgia, we're already seeing encouraging results.

  • "After building more than 30 community centers for our Army residents we’ve been able to see the positive impact they can have on an installation first-hand. We look forward to bringing that welcoming environment to Seymour Johnson."

  • We’ve teamed up with our partner, the University of North Georgia’s Office of Residence Life, to provide $30,000 in scholarships to 34 students.

    UNG awards $30k in student scholarships, in conjunction with housing partner

    The University Of North Georgia's (UNG) Office of Residence Life has awarded nearly $30,000 in scholarships to 34 students through the Residence Life Leadership Scholarship Program, funded by its housing partner Corvias Campus Living. The program provides scholarship opportunities for UNG juniors and seniors living in non-cadet housing who hold key leadership positions across campus and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.

  • We had a wonderful time giving community leaders, faculty and students a hard hat tour of Bobcat Villas West at Eastern Georgia State College. Opening July 2016!

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