On February 8, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded Hensel Phelps the $75 million design-build Behavioral Health/Dental Clinic located at Schofield Barracks in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Schofield Barracks Military Reservation, established in 1908, serves as the largest permanent installation of the U.S. Army outside of the continental United States. The base has a time-honored tradition of supporting key military endeavors in the Pacific and has evolved significantly over the past 100 years. The Behavioral Health/Dental Clinic is a three-story, 76,000-SF clinic that will be in what is currently designated as a historical district. The new clinic is a much-needed asset to the military base. The facility provides additional space for the increasing demand for behavioral health medical services, consolidates dental services into one building and decreases the need for patients to travel to Tripler Army Medical Center for care.
The design team for the project consists of Page/, Sherlock Smith & Adams, Mason Architect (historical architect), Bowers + Kubota, Masa Fujioka, and Insynergy. Design-build MEP subcontractors include Helix Electric and Dorvin D. Leis.
Design will start immediately, and construction is expected to start at the end of the year. A huge Mahalo to our Pacific District for their procurement and operations personnel who have worked to procure this landmark.