Alignment is done at the wheel side, it has conventional tie rods so a good independent alignment shop should handle it.
This ^ information above could be obsolete. Not all independent alignment shops have machines that measure the toe, and camber, and thrust angles of all 4 wheels down to 1/100 of a degree.
A good large Honda dealer will have a very expensive alignment machine that reads Toe, camber and thrust angles down to 1/100 of a degree for all 4 wheels. You should find out what Honda dealer has this and us them.
I bought a 2016 Honda CR-V EX with 19,7xx miles on it on February 18, 2019 and after driving it a day I could tell that the steering had a slight constant pull to the left on straight roads. I called the Honda dealer I bough it from Baierl Honda in Wexford PA and they scheduled me in for Monday morning the next week. They measured the tow, camber, and thrust angles of all 4 wheels and the back left was out on a couple of measurements. They adjusted them back to within speck and it drives fine ever since.
I stopped by my local independent mechanic and told him about the machine the Honda dealer has that measures down to 1/100 of a degree for Toe, camber and thrust angle of all 4 wheels and he said that he thinks that machine cost $60,000. I said it is a good thing that I took it to the Honda dealer because the alignment shop that I had been using with my previous car does not have a machine anywhere near as accurate as that. And there is no way they would have seen and fixed the problem.
There are some other Honda dealers around Pittsburgh, but I wonder if all of them have that kind of investment in an alignment machine.
My Honda dealer said the alignment machine is made by Hunter but the person I spoke to did not know the model number of the machine.