Category Archives: Land Development

Additional Land Development Projects

Kapolei GC, 67-Lot Subd. Feasibility Study
Kapolei, Hawaii
Owner: Pacific Links Properties

Kuhio Park Terrace Towers Renovation
Honolulu, Hawaii
Owner: Michaels Development Company

East Kapolei Development, Phase II-B
Kapolei, Hawaii
Owner: Dept. of Hawaiian Home Lands

Lalamilo Residence Lot Phase II, Incr. 2A
Waimea, Hawaii
Owner: Dept. of Hawaiian Home Lands

East Kapolei Development Phase II-A
Kapolei, Hawaii
Owner: Dept. of Hawaiian Home Lands

Manager’s Ridge Dev.
Feasibility Study
Kahuku, Hawaii
Owner: Sunrise Venture Group LLC

Ko`Olina Beach Villas
Ko`Olina, Hawaii
Owner: Centex Destination Properties

East Kapolei Development Phase I
Kapolei, Hawaii
Owner: Dept. of Hawaiian Home Lands

Waiawa Ridge Development Phase 1A
Waiawa, Hawaii
Owner: Waiawa Ridge Development LLC

Keokea/Waiohuli Residence Lots, Phase 1
Kula, Hawaii
Owner: Dept. of Hawaiian Home Lands

Ko Olina Resort Development

West Beach Estates
Ko Olina, Oahu, Hawaii

Ko Olina is a 640-acre world-class, master planned resort featuring 4,000 luxury hotel and condominium units, four man-made lagoons, 8,700 residential units, an 18-hole golf course, and a marina with 270 full-service slips.  CP&E was responsible for master planning and providing civil design services for $450 million in infrastructure improvements and a freeway interchange.

East Kapolei Community Master Planning and Development

Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL)
Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii

Over the last 7 years, CP&E has served the DHHL as their prime design consultant on various land development projects on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii to provide 5,000 homestead awards within four years, fulfilling the largest mission DHHL has undertaken since its establishment under the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act (HHCA) in 1920. The parcels in East Kapolei will not only provide homestead lands for 1,500 native Hawaiians with single-family residential lots, but also fulfill a fair number of affordable housing demands in the Kapolei area which is designated as Oahu’s second city.