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Hawaii Business Construction Industry Outlook 2011

Upswing in Sight? A “wait-and-see” year can mean tough times may linger or the corner may be turned for the construction industry

Hawaii Business Construction Industry Outlook 2011

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     Photo: Wes Funai

Major State of Hawaii Federal Stimulus Projects 2011


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) project
$330 M

US Coast Guard Sector Honolulu Command and Interagency Operations Center (Homeland Security)
$18.1 M

Natural Disaster Preparedness Training Center (Homeland Security)
$5 M

H-1, Kapolei Interchange Complex Phase 2 (State Dept. of Transportation)
$30 M (estimated)

H-1, PM Contraflow, Westbound (DOT)
$165 M (estimated)

Kamehameha Highway Bridge Rehabilitation Projects (DOT): Kaipapau Stream Bridge
$21 M (estimated)

and Laieloa Stream Bridge
$3.7 M (estimated)

Alapai Transportation Management Center (DOT)
$140.8 M  (estimated)

Kapolei Parkway (Kunehi St. to Kamokila Blvd.) (DOT)
$22.1 M (estimated)

Pier 29 Container Yard
$24.5 M

Explosive Detection System: Honolulu International Airport (under construction; completion estimated 12/2012)
$60 M (estimated)



Kuhio Highway Short-Term Improvements – Highway Widening
$34.5 M

Wailua Cane Haul Bridge Widening
$25 M

Lihue Mill Bridge Design/Build
$46 M (estimated)

($22 M ARRA) (estimated advertisement 3/2011)

Lydgate Park to Kapaa
$7.5 M (estimated)

Bike/Pedestrian Path
($4.12 M ARRA)



Maalaea Small Boat Harbor
$16 M

Kaahumanu Ave Waiale Bridge Girder Replacement
$1.8 million (ongoing)


Big Island

Ana Keohokalole Higway (estimated construction costs)
$31 M (ongoing)

Hawaii Belt Road, Clean, & Paint Steel Members
$4.3 M (ongoing)

Hawaii Belt Road, Kawailii Bridge Replacement
$4.3 M (not started yet)

Sources: Pacific Resources Partnership research; State of Hawaii CIP Projects: https://cip.ehawaii.gov/public/pt-list.html; Honolulu Star-Advertiser 12/12/10; Senator Daniel K. Inouye’s office: http://inouye.senate.gov/; Pacific Business News: http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/news/2010/; and The Maui News: http://mauinews.com/.

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