Masonry Institute Picks Kūlanihākoʻi High as ‘Project of the Year’

Hawai‘i-based contractors working on the second phase of construction at Kūlanihāko‘i High School on Maui were honored in March by the Masonry Institute of Hawaii.

The new school in Kihei was named “Project of the Year,” highlighting the efforts by general contractor Nordic PCL Construction Inc. and the project’s positive impact on the masonry construction industry, as well as the community at large.

The award recognizes a construction project in Hawaii that uses local contractors and workers and considers masonry and concrete projects of all types and sizes that are substantially complete and placed into service within two calendar years prior to being nominated.

The Masonry Institute hosted an awards luncheon on March 8 at Honolulu Country Club. Among those in attendance were Nordic PCL general superintendent Kirk Bailey and project manager McClyde Gaborno, along with architects Ryan Sullivan and Craig Uemura from Honolulu-based G70 International and structural engineers Craig Sakanashi and Marvin Mestanza from Coffman Engineers.

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