Treatment Healing Center moving along

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    Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. and Theresa Koki watch in the background while workers execute a concrete pour on the foundation of the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center, Wednesday during a site visit by the county’s team.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. watches in the background as Layton Construction crews prepare for a concrete pour, Wednesday during the county’s site visit to the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Wally Rezentes and Theresa Koki of the county’s team talk about the work while Tamio Hasegawa of Gill Development cuts a stud to specifications, Wednesday during the county’s site visit to the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia.

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    Ben Robson, the Layton Construction project engineer, gives a construction update to Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr., and Wally Rezentes, Wednesday during the county’s site visit to the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia. In the background, walls to the center’s buildings are being raised.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Theresa Koki, coordinator of Life’s Choices in the Mayor’s Office, gets an explanation of construction specs from Ashley Quinn, the Layton Construction assistant project manager, during a site visit by the county officials, Wednesday.

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    Crews from Layton Construction, Earthworks Pacific, and Gill Development work together to develop the site for the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia, Wednesday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    A team from Earthworks Pacific works to grade to specifications, Wednesday at the site for the Adolescent Drug Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia.

KAPAIA — Life’s Choices coordinator Theresa Koki said the adolescent treatment and healing center is like an Easter present scheduled to open in the spring.

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