$63M More for Rail
HART Kahauiki (Middle Street-Kalihi Transit Center) station under construction in June by general contractor Shimmick/Traylor/Granite (STG)
What’s Worth Protecting?
How science and culture guide
Hawaii’s experts in windows
and doors discuss high winds, shootings and lootings
Plenty of Construction Work
Rising Hawaii visitor counts spur 2023 hotel projects
Top Projects of 2022
Higher tech distinguishes many in Hawaii’s top tier
Federal funding and the arrival of H-2 workers accelerate Guam’s long-delayed public projects
Ypao Road, a skinny route in the central village of Tamuning, connects about 9,000 motorists daily between the housing subdivisions and business establishments in the
A Legal Mind
Introducing Sarah M. Love, 2023 president of the Building Industry Association of Hawaii
Born to Run
Running multimillion-dollar projects at Unlimited Construction comes naturally to Kuulei Gaisoa. When she joined Unlimited in 2006, she vowed to be “the last man standing, as this is construction.”
Hawaii’s New Heavy-weights
New drills, excavators and dozers stand ready for civil work in 2023
FUTURE OF FLOORING
What’s trending in Hawaii’s flooring industry?
Transfer of Power
When it comes to getting buy-in from the kids to take over the family business, a passive strategy might make them think it’s their idea. For David Dunham, founder and president of Kawika’s Painting Inc., it was having his sons Sean and Ryan around the shop ever since they were little. For Kaohinani “Hina” Schipa, it was a sense of pride in what her father built in Buck Roofing Hawaii Co.
Maybe the fathers Buck Schipa and Kawika Dunham were on the same wavelength when it came to gently giving their kids the business.
Determined to Succeed
Fishing connects Kekoa Namohala to a mentor who cements his future
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