Jason Genegabus

News Beat: Honolulu affordable tower Hale Kalele nominated for national engineering award

Honolulu affordable housing project Hale Kalele was named a finalist for the American Society of Civil Engineers’ prestigious Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award. This award, first presented in 1960, recognizes the year’s most significant examples of civil engineering, showcasing advances in the field and their impact on society. Located at the intersection of Pi‘ikoi and

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News Beat: Howard Hughes welcomes Kalae, 10th tower at Ward Village 

Ward Village, the 60-acre master-planned community in Kaka‘ako, achieved another  construction milestone earlier this year with the Jan. 19 groundbreaking of Kalae, the neighborhood’s tenth residential tower. With Kalae, Ward Village developer Howard Hugues projects completion of 330 new homes and retail spaces, along with public art installations that will all integrate with nearby Victoria

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News Beat: FAA awards $30.6M for airport improvements on Oʻahu, Maui

Construction work is expected to ramp up at two Hawai‘i airports after the Federal Aviation Administration allocated $30.6 million to the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation for significant upgrades as part of a broader initiative by the Biden Administration. The money earmarked for projects at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) and Kahului Airport (OGG) is

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Coffee Break construction worker sipping coffee in front of palm tree and sun in Hawaii

Coffee Break: Help Discover the Next Generation of Construction Professionals

As 2024 continues to show no signs of slowing down, we spring ahead into March with a prime opportunity to help shape the career trajectories of a new generation of construction professionals — but we also need the local industry to get involved in order to succeed in this mission. In an ambitious move to

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