Fort Polk releases hurricane repair update

Fort Polk releases hurricane repair update

Courtesy of Fort Polk
 |  Beauregard Daily News

The following statement was released by Fort Polk Garrison Commander Col. Ryan Roseberry

To the Fort Polk community,

Hurricane repair efforts are underway! The Fort Polk command team would like to thank you for your patience and understanding as we begin the repairs to more than 2,600 homes. Corvias is steadily working to repair both roofs and interior damages. As of Dec. 4, Corvias has repaired 99 roofs and 270 homes that required interior repairs.

If your home received interior damage, Corvias will contact you to schedule the start of interior work. Please note that the repairs may take 2-3 weeks to complete. Corvias estimates that all 726 homes that require interior repairs will be complete by the end of February 2021.

In addition to the recovery, Corvias remains committed to the $155 million investment into our community, focused on building new homes, paving streets, and upgrades to existing facilities and will begin the follow-on projects for Maple Terrace. The Maple Terrace project will include exterior work: Roofing, fascia, paint, and stucco.

As your housing advocates, we are working closely with Corvias to ensure repairs continue and stay on track. If you received damages from the hurricane and are wondering about the status of your repair, or if you have new issues to report, please contact Corvias at: (337) 537-5020 or (337) 537-5013 during business hours.

If you feel that Corvias has not addressed your issues properly, please call me, your garrison commander, at (337) 208-2506 or your Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. at (337) 208-3636 and of course your Army Housing Officer, Betty Beinkemper, at (337) 208-3229.

We welcome your call as we are absolutely committed to the Soldiers, Families, and civilians within the Fort Polk community.

Published at Sat, 05 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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