Honolulu District hands new parking garage keys to Schofield Barracks’ U.S. Army Health Clinic

Honolulu District senior engineers joined U.S. Army Health Clinic Schofield Barracks and U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii officials, and Schofield Barracks Soldiers and their families, for the ribbon cutting ceremonies and grand opening for the U.S. Army Health Clinic Schofield Barracks’ new 181,000 sq. ft. parking garage.

Tom Crump, military branch chief provided remarks and participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

The garage, constructed by Swinerton Builders, adds 429 standard and 19 handicap parking spaces to the Schofield Barracks Health Clinic campus as well as an additional 55 rehabilitated ground level spaces located adjacent to the new garage.

After the ceremonies, the five-level, $26 million facility welcomed the first vehicles via the McCornack Road entrance that is adjacent to the Schofield Barracks Health Clinic.

Construction of the structure in the Schofield Barracks Historical District began in 2016 and was designed by USACE personnel to “emulate and the surrounding buildings and landscape.”

The open-air facility has multiple entrances accessible via the post’s McCornack Road and the adjacent parking lot and features wide parking spaces and drive lanes.

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