Louisville awards contract for Veterans Medical Center

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The Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville have selected JV of Turner Construction Company and Walsh Construction to build an US$840 million full-service medical center to serve military veterans in Louisville, Kentucky. The new medical center will replace the existing Robley Rex VA Medical Center.

The project includes the construction of the new 104-bed, 910,115 square foot medical center, as well as parking structures, a central utility plant, roadways, sidewalks, and other site improvements.  Small, local, and veteran-owned groups will be involved in the construction of this healthcare facility. The center will integrate modern patient-centered care concepts to veterans. To address the needs of women veterans, it will include a Women’s Health Clinic with four Patient Aligned Care Teams (PACT).

A groundbreaking for the facility will be held in the fall of 2021 and is planned to be complete in 2025.

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