Construction Archive

Title Issue
Hawaii's Construction Industry by the Numbers

Hawaii's Construction Industry by the Numbers

Isle building statistics from 2005 to 2010

September 2011
Talk Story with Roger Peters, dck pacific construction

Talk Story with Roger Peters, dck pacific construction

Roger Peters talks about construction in the travel industry.

September 2011
The Department of Hawaiian Homelands' New Efficient Homes

The Department of Hawaiian Homelands' New Efficient Homes

Armstrong Builders has created multiple housing communities, all with fully efficient homes.

July 2011
Toxic Waste in Hawaii

Toxic Waste in Hawaii

How brownfields and contaminated sites affect development

June 2011
Hawaii State Government Slow to Pay

Hawaii State Government Slow to Pay

The state delays paying contractors up to weeks, say some nonprofits and general contractors

March 2011
Catwalking at Mickey's Place

Catwalking at Mickey's Place

A sky-high view of Aulani, the Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina

October 2010
The High Cost of Affordable Housing

The High Cost of Affordable Housing

Why so little of it gets built in Hawaii

October 2010
How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy

How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy

The Hawaii Business Forum on revitalizing the economy. Speakers include: Kirk Belsby, Kamehameha Schools; Kyle Chock, Pacific Resource Partnership; State Sen. Carol Fukunaga; Ernest Nishizaki, Kyo-ya; Dean Okimoto, Nalo Farms; Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit; and Steven Petranik, Hawaii Business.

August 2010

How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy – Extended Version

The Hawaii Business Forum on revitalizing the economy. Speakers include: Kirk Belsby, Kamehameha Schools; Kyle Chock, Pacific Resource Partnership; State Sen. Carol Fukunaga; Ernest Nishizaki, Kyo-ya; Dean Okimoto, Nalo Farms; Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit; and Steven Petranik, Hawaii Business.

August 2010
Do school-impact fees on West Hawaii property owners make sense?

Do school-impact fees on West Hawaii property owners make sense?

On one side, the state DOE needs Kona developers to pay for new school construction. On the other side, those schools won't even be built in Kona.

August 2010