Above from left to right: Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher M. Ausbun, garrison command sergeant major, Command Sgt. Maj. Michael C. Henry, post command sergeant major, Brig. Gen. David S. Doyle, JRTC and Fort Polk commanding general, Jarred Tarver, Tarver Land Development, LLC, CEO, Col. Ryan K. Roseberry, garrison commander, Roger Price, Directorate of Public Works architect for the car wash and Eric Edward, Directorate of Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation auto skills manager, breaks ground at the ceremony held April 29.
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Brig. Gen. David S. Doyle, Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk commanding general, and Col. Ryan K. Roseberry, garrison commander, look at the car wash concept.
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FORT POLK, La. — The groundbreaking ceremony for the North Fort Car Wash took place April 29. Fort Polk leadership and distinguished guests attended the event, another quality of life initiative on the installation.

The car wash is an Installation Management Command headquarters directed nonappropriated fund major construction project worth $4,100,000. The contract was awarded to Tarver Land Management, LLC with a completion date of November 2021.

The building will include a touch free drive-through car wash, a four bay self-service facility to include a large bay to accommodate boats and recreational vehicles, six vacuum drying bays and a pet washing station. Bays will be outfitted with credit card machines.

Jarred Tarver, CEO of Tarver Land Management, LLC, said he and his team are always proud to help improve the lives of Soldiers and Families on Fort Polk.

“It’s very exciting for us to be part of something of this magnitude,” he said.