Koa`e Makana Receives Award
The Garden Island reported that the Kauai County Housing Agency and Mark Development Inc. have received an award from the Building Industry Association-Hawai‘i for the Koa‘e Makana workforce housing project in Koloa.
Shioi Construction is grateful to be the general contractor on the project and a part of the entire team of contractors and vendors to bring the project to fruition.
The BIA-Hawai‘i annual competition features remodeling and new construction projects statewide. The competition is considered one of the most prestigious building and design competitions in the state, and entries are judged on creativity, use of materials, craftsmanship, functionality and design principles. The award-winning designs incorporate the latest technologies and products on the market today.
Winter 2020: Shioi Construction / CPS News
Shioi's Contrades Begins Second Term as CAK President
Shioi Construction Project Manager Jacquelyn Contrades was recently sworn in for her second term as the Contactor's Association of Kauai (CAK) Board President.
Kealaula on Pua Loke Welcomes First Residents
The County of Kauai's Kealaula on Pua Loke Supportive Housing Development recently welcomed its first residents. Shioi Construction is proud to be the general contractor on the project, which broke ground in February 2020.
Kealaula on Pua Loke consists of 16 single-story duplex buildings, each containing two 1-bedroom or studio units with its own bathroom and kitchen, totaling 29 units and one community building. It will provide shelter and support services for houseless families.
Shioi Volunteers at Festival of Hope Event
Team members at Shioi Construction recently volunteered at the Festival of Hope event that provided supplies and resources to those in need during the pandemic. The event was hosted by Child and Family Service and the General Contractors Association of Hawaii.
Shioi Subcontractor Recognized with Award of Excellence
Congratulations to our subcontractor A Team Pacific Roofing, Inc. for being recognized with an Award of Excellence in The General Contractors Association of Hawaii's magazine for its installation of a stunning copper roofing and gutter system as well as a section of modified bitumen roofing on the Kauai Community College Culinary Instructional Facility project. Shioi Construction was the general contractor on this project.
Photo credit: GCA of Hawaii
Fall 2020: Shioi Construction / CPS News
Kupaa Kauai Features Shioi Construction
Mahalo to the County of Kauai's economic recovery website, Kupaa Kauai, for featuring Shioi Construction's story on its donated work to Wilcox Medical Center and Kauai Medical Clinic.
In June 2020 during the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Shioi Construction offered several of its carpenters to Wilcox Medical Center and Kaua`i Medical Clinic to help them with repair and maintenance projects throughout the campus. The donated time equaled to 388 man hours, a $37,000+ value.
Shioi Starts Wilcox ER Renovations
In September, Shioi Construction, Inc. started renovation work on the Wilcox Medical Center emergency room in Lihue, Kauai.
The Garden Island newspaper reported that "The goal of the Emergency Department construction is to expand and upgrade the facilities to continue to provide quality trauma and emergency care for the Kaua‘i community.This includes the creation of two trauma resuscitation suites and renovation of specialty spaces for behavioral health, infectious control, pediatric rooms and OB-GYN care. There are additional plans to convert semi-private observation bays to private treatment examination rooms."
Photo credit: Dennis Fujimoto, The Garden Island
Summer 2020: Shioi Construction / CPS News
2020 Kenneth Shioi Memorial Scholarship Awarded
Congratulations to the 2020 Kenneth Shioi Memorial Scholarship recipients Eunice Gaper and Julia Safford. Eunice will be a sophomore civil engineering major at the University of California, Berkley. She is from Kalaheo and is currently interning with Cahill Contractors in the Bay Area. Julia is a 2020 Kauai High School graduate and member of the National Honor Society. She will be majoring in civil engineering at St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana. The recipients were awarded the scholarships at the Contractors Association of Kauai (CAK) General Membership meeting in July.
Shioi Construction Starts Spouting Horn Facelift
Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island
The first thing being worked on is the flooring of the vending shops behind of the old vending location at Spouting Horn
The Garden Island newspaper reported that Shioi Construction recently started groundwork on new booths for vendors at Spouting Horn on the south side of Kauai. Rearranging the design and upgrading facilities are all part of the plan to attract more people to Spouting Horn for shopping and sightseeing, and to better the flow of traffic and people in the small area. In the article, County of Kauai Parks and Recreation Deputy Director Wallace Rezentes Jr. stated “The existing booths will be removed and replaced with new booths and shelter. Repairs will also be done to the comfort station.”
Spring 2020: Shioi Construction / CPS News
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Shioi Construction is General Contractor for Kauai County Housing Project
The County of Kauai and Women In Need recently broke ground on its Ohana Zone housing project, Kealaula, which is targeted to provide shelter and services for houseless families. Shioi Construction is pleased to be chosen as the general contractor for this important project. The Garden Island newspaper reported, "Shioi Construction’s board chair Conrad Murashige thanked everyone for pursuing this project. 'We want to show the state that we can do this project quicker and better,' he said.”