The Aloha Inn is a rehabilitation and transitional housing center with temporary housing available for homeless individuals and other qualified applicants. In addition to providing counseling and medical care, the staff works with their residents to save money for long-lasting homes and acquire improved skills for potential jobs.

This facility is a four-story building occupying 23,036 SF in which Walsh finished rough and finish carpentry, siding, window installation, WRB, roofing, and demolition.