Benham has developed a variety of designs for barracks and dormitories, as well as for alert crew living quarters. Some were designed to meet the specific project needs for a particular complex, while others have been developed as prototype designs.
Our Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH) complexes at Fort Bliss provide apartment-style housing for 4,800 enlisted personnel. Our AETC Student Dormitory campus at Keesler AFB includes seven 400-person dormitories and a dining facility. The Basic Combat Trainee Complex at Fort Leonard Wood consists of four Barracks/Company Operations Facilities (BCOF) and a Battalion Headquarters facility, each supporting 240 trainees and 20 training/admin staff. There are many living-quarters amenities as part of the new dorm designs – modern bedrooms, study and training areas, computer access, new dining halls, exercise areas, running tracks, parade / drill grounds, laundry, recreational facilities, shared kitchens, pavilions and plazas.
Additionally and through the military housing privatization program of the last decade, we provided 9,759 new residence and 3210 renovated homes on 20 DoD installations in 11 states and the District of Columbia. Benham has helped improve the quality of housing for our military families and enlisted personnel.