US Navy Housing Requirements Market Analyses

Assessing housing requirements for Navy installations around the world

Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) defines, establishes, recommends, and assesses Navy policy and serves as an advocate for the U.S. Navy Fleet on requirements that impact Shore readiness. Key among those requirements is stewardship of the Navy’s inventory of installations to ensure that they support warfighters while remaining streamlined and efficient, trimming excess capacity and reducing infrastructure costs that are better utilized by the Navy’s warfighting assets. This responsibility is especially challenging today as the Navy pursues several initiatives to meet its 21st century mission.

For over 25 years, RDN has provided unparalleled expertise and support in the economics of U.S. Navy housing worldwide. CNIC is charged with planning, budgeting, and supporting implementation of all housing projects. RDN’s Housing Requirements Market Analyses (HRMAs), HRMA Updates, and Military Housing Surveys support CNIC decision-making to acquire, retain, revitalize, or divest government owned, leased, and privatized units. These decisions further CNIC’s mission to assure high quality of life for Sailors and their families while remaining streamlined and efficient.

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    "Quality of products was exceptional. Despite working on a compressed schedule (9-month period of performance versus 12 months), all deliverables were submitted on time and ahead of schedule.”

    Pamela Driggers

    Housing Management Specialist, Fleet and Family Readiness
    "RDN’s professionalism and commitment to get the job done is unbelievable particularly during emergency situations. They are always willing to go the extra mile to satisfy the customer. Their final product is flawless and delivers in such a manner that our customers are exceptionally pleased. “

    Denise A. Bush

    Contracting Officer, USACE Louisville District