PPC Hawaii Journey

The Polynesian Cultural Center Hawaiian Journey IMAX renovation is classified as an attraction project. It involved converting a 55 year old building into a state of the art never before seen volcanic theater with high definition IMAX capabilities. The goal of the project was to create more than just a remembrance, but a life like experience of Ancient Hawaii.

Owner: Corporation of the Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a Utah Corporation
Location: Laie, Hawaii
Architect: AE Urbia Architects & Engineers
Total Contract Amount: $9,800,000
Percentage of work performed with our own forces: 20%

Lanikeha Club House

The newly constructed Recreational Park Facility is situated on over one and a half acres of tropically landscaped grounds. This facility included construction of the project entry structures inclusive of gates, walls and security system, the recreational park facility, out building such as mail structure, trash enclosure, fitness center, along with a parking lot, 50 full size palm trees of landscaping, water features inclusive of waterfalls, infinity pool and hot tub.

The upscale facility and subdivision required expert craftsmanship in every area. It demanded a very high level of finish, both inside and outside. Custom carpentry skills were necessary to create a very detailed plantation look.

Owner: South Course Development, LLC., a Delaware LLC
Location: Ka’anapali, Maui
Architect: RIM Architects, a Hawaii Corporation
Contract Amount: $5,699,417 

Ka’anapali Alii Condominium Common Area

Complete removal and re-installation of finishes including painting, wall covering, carpeting, and stone work of the common areas on 2nd thru 13th floors in both towers in while buildings were closed down for 24 hour 7 day work weeks to complete in 70 calendar days.

Owner: aanapali AOA
Location: aanapali, Maui
Architect: sland Design Center
Contract Amount: $1,375,000

Ka’anapali Ali’I Fitness Center, Pool & Spa

This project consisted of five major phases of work including a two story building (fitness center and administration offices), three new swimming pools (with two existing pools being remodeled), several water features, storm‐water retention and drainage systems, replacement of roadway and courtyard paver walkways, and pool and courtyard areas were re‐ landscaped. As the construction team, we entered into the design process to streamline the materials selection and other processes. We also came up with very creative scheduling methods due to the challenges of completing all phases of work in a very short four and a half month construction schedule – all while keeping the resort open to residents and guests. 

Owner: Kaanapali AOA
Location: Ka’anapali, Maui
Architect: Fred W. Loesberg, AIA
Contract Amount: $6,400,000
Completion Date: 2009