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Home Ken Bamford, carpenter, INTEC Group, patches drywall at building 4038 Sept. 9 as part of ongoing barracks renovations in 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint. Large-scale construction efforts are underway in Bastogne’s footprint as the Fort Campbell Directorate of Public Works, or DPW, aims to improve housing conditions, quality of life and more for Soldiers. Active projects include major barracks renovations and ventilation improvements, repaving efforts on Tennessee and Indiana avenues and a variety of smaller projects. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office) Ken Bamford, carpenter, INTEC Group, patches drywall at building 4038 Sept. 9 as part of ongoing barracks renovations in 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint. Large-scale construction efforts are underway in Bastogne’s footprint as the Fort Campbell Directorate of Public Works, or DPW, aims to improve housing conditions, quality of life and more for Soldiers. Active projects include major barracks renovations and ventilation improvements, repaving efforts on Tennessee and Indiana avenues and a variety of smaller projects. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Ken Bamford, carpenter, INTEC Group, patches drywall at building 4038 Sept. 9 as part of ongoing barracks renovations in 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint. Large-scale construction efforts are underway in Bastogne’s footprint as the Fort Campbell Directorate of Public Works, or DPW, aims to improve housing conditions, quality of life and more for Soldiers. Active projects include major barracks renovations and ventilation improvements, repaving efforts on Tennessee and Indiana avenues and a variety of smaller projects. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Ken Bamford, carpenter, INTEC Group, patches drywall at building 4038 Sept. 9 as part of ongoing barracks renovations in 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint. Large-scale construction efforts are underway in Bastogne’s footprint as the Fort Campbell Directorate of Public Works, or DPW, aims to improve housing conditions, quality of life and more for Soldiers. Active projects include major barracks renovations and ventilation improvements, repaving efforts on Tennessee and Indiana avenues and a variety of smaller projects. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Ken Bamford, carpenter, INTEC Group, patches drywall at building 4038 Sept. 9 as part of ongoing barracks renovations in 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint. Large-scale construction efforts are underway in Bastogne’s footprint as the Fort Campbell Directorate of Public Works, or DPW, aims to improve housing conditions, quality of life and more for Soldiers. Active projects include major barracks renovations and ventilation improvements, repaving efforts on Tennessee and Indiana avenues and a variety of smaller projects. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Brad Alexander, vice president, Double A Services, grades a portion of Tennessee Avenue Sept. 7. The work is underway at Tennessee and Indiana avenues and will include repaving streets and parking lots, improving drainage systems and installing new sidewalks. This project is part of a large-scale renovation effort within the 1st Brigade Combat Team’s footprint that also includes barracks renovations and ventilation improvements. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)