County of Maui Department of Public Works
This project involved reconstructing Eha Street with an asphalt concrete and asphalt treated base pavement section. Other road features consisted of reconstructing concrete curbs, gutters, and sidewalks; curb inlets and catch basins; replacing traffic loop detectors; pavement striping and markers; and other incidental items.
Our professional construction management team provided the required inspection and construction management services stipulated by Maui County. The roadway had to be kept open while work was performed in this area. To minimize public inconvenience, disruptions, and other disturbances, most of the improvement work that was below allowable nighttime decibel levels was done at night, and other work was scheduled for the weekends when the businesses were closed.
City and County of Honolulu, Department of Design and Construction
Waimalu, Oahu, Hawaii
CP&E was retained by the City and County of Honolulu to provide construction management services on this $45 million sewer rehabilitation/reconstruction project. This project was the first and largest recipient of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds in the State of Hawaii. This project also won an American Society of Civil Engineers Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement award.
The sewer line rehabilitation and reconstruction involved redirecting sewer flows to a new line crossing Kamehameha Highway and tying into an existing 42-inch sewer line. Construction management services included constructability review, construction support services, construction scheduling, monitoring concurrent operations, cost and quality control, maintaining construction records, preparing micro tunneling inspection reports, performing final completion testing and inspection, handling construction changes and claims, and maintaining a public outreach program.
Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii and University of Hawaii West Oahu
Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii
CP&E provided construction management for the site development of the construction contract for the University of Hawaii’s new West Oahu campus. At a cost of approximately $100 million, this phase of construction included administrative offices, a library, student services center, classrooms, and labs.
CP&E’s scope of work involved construction mangement of all underground utilities, the entry road to the campus and its landscaping, a turn-around at a major intersection which features an art sculpture, a 3.5 acre Great Lawn which will be utilized for special events, the Central Plaza fronting the Campus Center, common areas, courtyards, all border area landscaping, and a 1.5-acre photovoltaic farm.