US Army Corps of Engineers
Baltimore District

The Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) acreage to be developed for office buildings located along the perimeter of the installation. The property to be leased is mostly vacant land. The Army competitively selected Trammell Crow as the private developer to build a 540,000 million square foot office park.
St. John Properties, in partnership with Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), is developing The Government and Technology Enterprise (The GATE), a state-of-the-art office and technology business park for lease to government sector and non-government users. APG, a leading R&D and testing center for the U.S. Army, boasts some of the most sophisticated testing firms, defense contractors and other Army and Department of Defense units working on advanced research activities to complement APG's missions and help make it a Center for Excellence.
Chevron Energy Solutions and Keenan Development announced the commer- cial operation of a $100 million central utility plant to provide chilled water, continuous steam, electricity and standby emergency power to reliably meet the needs of the National Interagency Biodefense Campus laboratory and bio- defense research work at Ft. Detrick in Frederick, MD. This plant is the first energy project established through the Department of Defense's enhanced-use lease authority, which allows private companies to develop non-essential military property for commercial use. Chevron Energy Solutions, who operates the facility, designed and built the plant. Keenan Development owns the plant and leases the land from Ft. Detrick. "This plant will help ensure continued progress in biomedical research and other critical defense work at Ft. Detrick,"
In July 2009, General Motors and the U.S. Army officially opened GM's test facility in the southwest on the Army's Yuma Proving Ground. The opening marked the end of most construction activity and the beginning of a cooperative arrangement hammered out 2 years ago. The agreement will provide GM with a suitable test facility following the closing of their long standing Mesa Proving Ground. In the agreement GM has leased a portion of the Yuma Proving Ground from the government on which several test roads and support facilities have been built. Both the Army and GM will have access to road systems they currently did not have on their property. A win – win for both groups.

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REDSTONE ARSENAL, HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA

Redstone Arsenal is located next to the city of Huntsville in the heart of the Tennessee Valley, in northern Alabama.

It's a sportsman's paradise, made to order for those who enjoy fishing, hunting, boating, water skiing, picnicking, hiking, biking, or just sitting and looking. Redstone Arsenal was built in 1941 to produce conventional chemical ammunition for use in World War II. 

For more than 40 years, Redstone has been the heart of the Army's rocket and missile programs. There are over 1,500 soldiers and over 15,000 civilians and dependents who call this post home. Redstone is home of Army Aviation and Missile Command, Army Medical Department Activity, and the Army Ordnance Missile and Munitions Center and School.

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Accolades

Yuma Proving Ground Enhanced Use Lease Project (Yuma, AZ) received the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) 2009 Innovation Award, given in recognition of new approaches in the use of public-private partnerships.

The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) selected the U.S. Army's Enhanced Use Leasing Program, Chevron Energy Solutions and Keenan Development to receive the council's 2008 Infrastructure Award. The award recognizes outstanding leadership and an exemplary enhanced-use leasing project that illustrates the best practices and innovative approaches in the use of public-private partnerships (PPPs).