A enormous agreement has been awarded to build Louisville’s new Department of Veterans Affairs medical center.

An $840 million deal to Walsh-Turner Joint Enterprise II has been authorized to create the clinical heart, in accordance to a launch from the Robley Rex VA Medical Centre, the veterans’ clinic that the new facility will swap. The U.S. Military Corps of Engineers Louisville District will do the job with the Section of Veterans Affairs on the project, slated to be designed at 4906 Brownsboro Road.

Groundbreaking should manifest as early as this fall, and building is predicted to be finished in 2025.

“We are pleased to work along with the USACE and Walsh Turner Joint Undertaking II to deliver this globe-class health treatment facility into reality for our Nation’s heroes,” claimed Stephen D. Black, professional medical heart director at Robley Rex. “I want to realize the assistance of our sturdy local community partnerships and thank everyone who advocated to make this facility take place, specifically our Veteran community in the Kentuckiana place.”