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Highrise Office/Condos:

Project Description
The Pinnacle Honolulu A 36-floor fee-simple condominium featuring no more than two private residences per floor.
Keola La`i Condominium A 38-story tower on top of a 5-story parking and commercial retail structure. The residential tower has 393 units, and the parking structure has 700 stalls. The total floor area of the 43-story project is 714,000 sf. Fast-tracked foundation construction on the site of a formerly abandoned project.
Lanikea at Waikiki A 26-story concrete high-rise on top of a 5- story parking structure. The system is an exterior hybrid concrete wall-frame interacting with a concrete core.
First Hawaiian Center This corporate headquarters for First Hawaiian Bank is a 430-ft.-tall, 27-story, steel-framed building with a five-story deep concrete basement; 700,000 sq. ft. Utilized Multi-Hazard Performance Based Engineering. Tallest building in the State of Hawaii.
Waikiki Landmark Two 320-ft., 38-story concrete condominium towers with 6-story high interconnection at the 260-ft. elevation, and an adjacent 110-ft.-tall, 11-story parking structure; 637,000 sq. ft.
Alakea Corporate Tower A 32-story office building with a 6-story deep subterranean parking garage. The foundation mat construction set a record for the largest continuous concrete pour in the State.
Nauru Tower Phase I A 44-story, 304-unit luxury high-rise condominium with an adjoining parking structure. At 418 feet, Nauru Tower is the tallest concrete building in the State of Hawaii; 600,000 sq. ft.
1132 Bishop St. Building 387-ft.-tall, 25-story, steel-framed office building with a five-story concrete basement. 660,000 sq. ft.
 
Hotel/Resort:
 
Project Description
Hawaii Prince Hotel The Hawaii Prince Hotel is a 521-room, 350-foot-tall project featuring two 28-story concrete towers atop a 5-story podium and a basement built 21 feet below sea level. It was the first high-rise structure in Hawaii designed using wind-tunnel testing. 625,000 sq. ft.
Kalia Tower – Hilton Hawaiian Village A 300-foot-tall, 24-story, 400-room hotel project with a 45-foot-tall lobby and a two-story deep, 64-foot span connecting bridge structure to the adjacent Coral Ballroom and meeting room facilities.
Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Hotel A resort hotel complex with several concrete-framed guestroom towers 6 to 8 stories in height. In 2007, a major $90 million renovation includes a partial condominium conversion, guestroom modernization, and several additions to public facilities – all constructed in 6 months.
Hilton Waikoloa Village
A five star 1200 guestroom hotel with a total area in excess of 1,500,000 square feet. Project contains seven major buildings and numerous other smaller buildings 1 to 8 stories in height containing guestrooms, public areas, back of house facilities and restaurants. Major structures consist of cast in place concrete and structural steel. Smaller buildings are framed in concrete, structural steel, masonry and wood.
Sheraton Moana Surfrider Hotel Historic Rehabilitation A total historic rehabilitation of the first hotel built in Waikiki (1901), listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Renovation of the Sheraton Surfrider and Ocean Lanai hotels. Structural work included strengthening for vertical and lateral loads of the six-story 80-year-old wood-framed Moana Hotel and additions and renovation to public areas to the Sheraton Surfrider Hotel. This project received the 1990 Grand Conceptor Engineering Award from the Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii.
Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel A five star, 350 guestroom hotel with total area of approximately 650,000 square feet. Project contains a dozen structures 1 to 6 stories in height comprising of guestrooms, public areas, back of house facilities, restaurants and a 400 stall parking structure. Structures constructed of cast in place concrete and structural steel.
Fairmont Orchid Mauna Lani A resort hotel complex with several concrete framed guestroom towers 6 stories in height; 580,000 sq. ft.
Sheraton Keauhou Bay Renovations It has three interconnected curvilinear guestroom wings with approximately 530 guestroom units. In addition, there are several small retail shops, meeting rooms, and two restaurants intermixed within the hotel.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Pier and Dock Restoration Corrosion damage repairs and rehabilitation of the original catamaran pier slab and existing post tensioned concrete beams.
Hyatt Regency Guam A five star, 500 guestroom hotel with a total area of approximately 860,000 square feet. Structures consist of a 15 story guestroom tower and six other 1 to 6 story structures comprising of public areas, back of house facilities, restaurants and a 600 stall parking structure. Structures constructed of cast-in-place concrete, precast prestressed concrete, and structural steel. Design requirements include zone 3 high seismic and 155 mph wind loads.
Hyatt Regency Jeju, Korea 110-story hotel
 
Lowrise Retail/Residential:
 
Project Description
2100 Kalakaua Avenue The project consists of nine three-story retail townhouses, each featuring a unique storefront curtainwall and roof design. The resulting design meets the challenging task of reflecting each tenant's identity within the parameters of Hawaiian architectural and landscape style. This is accomplished with an integrated single steel-framed structure tailored to the intricate coordination requirements of each townhouse design.
Max Mara Waikiki Extensive interior and exterior structural renovation and alteration for Italian designer-wear in what was formerly a fire-damaged Burger King.
Kaiko'o Estate 125,000 sq. ft. residence at Black Point, Honolulu.
Waikele Clubhouse 119,000 sq. ft. clubhouse.
Manenggon Hills Golf Clubhouse 1122,000 sq. ft. clubhouse.
 
Institutional:
 
Project Description
No. 1 Capitol District / State Art Gallery Major renovation and addition of the former Armed Services YMCA building. The structural work on this project included addition of new floor spaces, new elevator and stair shafts, and a seismic evaluation of the existing structure.
First Hawaiian Bank University Branch Constructed on a site across from the former Honolulu Stadium, this 15,000 sf bank branch has architectural design details referential to baseball; A concrete frame with shearwalls and a steel-framed roof structure.
BEQ Guam Initial Functional Analysis Concept Design and complete structural design of a new 2-story 30,000 sf living space barracks compliance with ATFP standards.
HCC Renovations Structural investigation and evaluation of existing conditions for general repairs and preparation of structural drawings.
Bishop Museum Castle Memorial Hall 1A 25,000 sq. ft., 3-story building containing displays, laboratory, and storage space. Structure framed in cast-in-place concrete, precast prestressed concrete and structural steel.
Bishop Museum Hawaiian Hall ADA improvements including new elevator and lobby at floors one, two, and three, and new roof enclosure infill between Hawaiian Hall and Polynesian Hall.
Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site A new visitor center of about 3,275 sq. ft and a comfort station. The roof evokes the shape of a wave with curved glu-laminated girders; the framing is supported on 3 sides by masonry walls and by a reinforced concrete frame on the remaining side. The comfort station is more conventional, consisting of wood framing for the roof supported by exterior masonry walls.
Solomon Islands Parliament Building Recipient of the NAVFAC 1997 Commander's Award for Design Excellence - Metric units.
AT&T Cable Station Design and subsequent additions to Honolulu's cable connection to the west coast