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.”
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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.”
Winter 2019: Shioi Construction / CPS News
Shioi Builds Play Court at Waimea Canyon Middle School
Shioi Construction, Inc. is proud to be a part of the team developing the much-needed play court at Waimea Canyon Middle School. Read The Garden Island newspaper’s full article with all the details here: Student letters help get a play court.
Roy Shioi Completes Leadership Program
(Photo credit: PRP)
Congratulations to Shioi Construction’s President Roy Shioi for recently completing PRP's inaugural Executive Leadership Series. The 10-month program encompassed 80 hours of curriculum in leadership development; operations and HR; contracts, risk management, bonding, and safety; financial management; communications and client relationships; and planning for the future.
Here is an article that appeared in The Garden Island about the program: https://www.thegardenisland.com/2019/11/27/business/kauai-man-in-leadership-grad-class/
CPS named Wall & Ceilings 2019 Top 50 Contractors
In its August issue, our drywall division Creative Partitiion Systems was chosen as one of Walls & Ceilings’ Top 50 contractors in the nation for 2019. We are honored to receive this recognition, and we are grateful for our entire CPS team, customers, partners and the community for contributing to our success.
Fall 2019: Shioi Construction / CPS News
Shioi Construction and CPS Complete New Kauai Medical Clinic Location
Shioi Construction Inc. and its drywall division Creative Partition Systems (CPS) teamed up with Mark Ventura AIA to build Kauai Medical Clinic at Kauai Village Shopping Center. The new clinic is a tenant improvement project in an 8,000-square-foot shell that was first constructed in the early 90s and entailed more than 40 rooms, including exam rooms, consultation rooms, staff offices, restrooms, triage, breakrooms, a staff shower, and a future x-ray room.
Shioi's work scope included new storefront and siding, resilient flooring, ceramic tile, interior glazing, wood doors, 3-form decorative panels, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, and a new CMU electrical room. CPS' work scope includes framing, drywall, taping, acoustical ceiling, and wood tile ceiling systems.
2019 Kenneth Shioi Memorial Scholarships Awarded
Congratulations to the 2019 Kenneth Shioi Memorial Scholarship recipients Brandi Baligad and Kaitlin Sandal. Brandi will be an architectural major at the University of Hawaii, Manoa in the fall. Kaitlin aspires to a career in construction management and will attend Central Washington University. The recipients were awarded the scholarships at the Contractors Association of Kauai General Membership meeting in June.
Shioi Builds Imu for Kauai Community College
Shioi Construction served as the general contractor for the Cultural Culinary Facility, also known as the Imu, at Kauai Community College (KCC). KCC recently blessed the facility and the event was featured in The Garden Island article KCC celebrates $1.5M 'Imu."
Photo credit: Dennis Fujimoto, The Garden Island
The Garden Island: Good reason to ‘Gather’
Shioi Construction is proud to have worked on Gather Federal Credit Union's Kapaa Branch project. Read more details about the project by clicking here and read the full article that appeared in The Garden Island newspaper entitled "Good Reason to 'Gather'" by clicking here.
Shioi Construction Takes on New Hires
LIHU`E, Hawai`i, March 1, 2019 – Shioi Construction, Inc. and its drywall and plaster division Creative Partition Systems (CPS) announced that they have four new hires: Kaulupono “Pono” Perez, Project Engineer; Cheryl Ribao, Payroll Administrator; Alicia Vea, Safety Coordinator; and Nicole Leyendeckers, CPS Project Assistant.
Perez, from Kaua`i and a graduate of Kamehameha Schools, most recently worked for a Las Vegas construction company. He is a civil engineering graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Perez is working on new projects including Bank of Hawai`i Lihu`e’s re-roofing; Foodland’s Princeville temporary storage; repairs at Kaiakea and Lihu`e Fire Stations; and the Kaua`i Medical Clinic Kapaa Clinic.
Shioi Construction Names Roy Shioi President
LIHU`E, Hawai`i, Jan. 4, 2019 – Shioi Construction, Inc. announced that it has named Roy Y. Shioi as President. Shioi, formerly the company’s Executive Vice President, has been with the general contracting company for 25 years and is the grandson of the organization’s founder, Kenneth Shioi.
Prior to Shioi taking the helm, Conrad Murashige served as President of Shioi Construction for 34 years. Murashige will remain as Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors and will continue to assist with day-to-day operations.
“It is with great pride that we appoint Roy as our President,” said Murashige. “He is exactly what Shioi Construction needs now, and in the years ahead, as we attract new employees, and grow our legacy in the state of Hawai`i.”