KALAELOA, OʻAHU — After years of planning, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Hunt Companies will mark a significant milestone in the development of Kalaeloa. Dignitaries and community leaders will celebrate the groundbreaking of the $120 million Advanced Leeward Outpatient Healthcare Access (ALOHA) multi-specialty VA clinic. It will be the first new major VA project of its size since the Spark Matsunaga VA Ambulatory Care Clinic opened at Tripler Army Medical Center in 2000.
Once completed, the 88,675 sq. ft. facility will be home to primary care, mental health, specialty care, audiology, womens veterans care, physical and occupational therapy, dental and prosthetic services for more than 87,000 Oʻahu veterans.
Date & Time: Tuesday, December 21, 2021 from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
• Dr. Adam Robinson, Director, VA Pacific Islands Health Care System
• Steve Colón, President, Hunt Companies’ Hawai‘i Development Division
• Congressman Ed Case
• Carlos Santana, Office of Senator Mazie Hirono
Location: To access the groundbreaking site, please enter near Barbers Point Elementary School off Tulagi Avenue. Parking will be located within the construction boundary.
A news release with media assets, including renderings of the ALOHA Clinic, will be available after the groundbreaking event.
For more information, please reach out to one of the following contacts:
VA Pacific Islands Health Care System
Strategies 360/Hunt Companies-Hawaiʻi