Building Industry Hawaii Staff

Guam Construction Officer Wins Secretary of the Navy Safety Award

The Officer in Charge of Construction, Marine Corps Marianas (OICC MCM) ), recently won the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Safety Award in the ashore category for Fiscal Year 2021. The annual award recognizes Navy and Marine Corps units for unparalleled safety achievements and occupational program performance.  “The SECNAV Safety Excellence Award is the biggest

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Long Lead Times (2nd Quarter 2022)

Construction materials continued to experience delayed deliveries in the second quarter of this year. The reasons? Low inventory of raw materials, limited production, worker shortages and severe weather, to name a few. Below is a list of construction supplies and their delayed lead times, according to the Gilbane Market Conditions Report, 2nd Quarter.   Related Images:

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HART Relocates Downtown Utilities

Utility relocation work is underway in downtown Honolulu for The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART). Frank V. Coluccio Construction Co. Inc. was awarded a $217.8 million contract to relocate utilities along Nimitz Highway from Kaaahi Street in Iwilei to Cooke Street in Kakaako. The scope of work includes utility relocations for sanitary sewer, storm drainage,

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Hawaiian Cement warns contractors of 2023 price jumps

Lt. Darren Orr Hawaiian Cement and HC&D have alerted customers to prepare for a potential price increase in 2023 of anywhere from 20% to 35% per cubic yard for ready-mix concrete. Talk about supply chain challenges! “This will adversely impact everyone in the construction industry, particularly those contractors who have already bid on projects starting

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New Military Awards

HAWAII-NAVFAC Hawaii Upcoming Hawaii projects by Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii include these latest awards to contractors based in Hawaii and elsewhere: $11 Million: Opportunities and Resources Inc. (Hawaii) This $11,982,549 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity modification to a previous contract was awarded June 17 and provides for custodial services at various locations in the NAVFAC Hawaii area of operations

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