Shioi Construction Inc. (SCI) was awarded the project to build eight homes to replace old plantation homes within the Kaumakani Camp that were built in the mid-1940s by Gay & Robinson, the largest landowners on the west side. These 3-bedroom, 2-bath homes are the prototypes that will replace the existing camp homes and revitalize the village. West Kauai, like the rest of Hawaii, needs more rental housing units like these.
SCI’s work scope includes excavation/fill, concrete grade beams and footings, rebar, floor/wall/roof/stair framing, T1-11 siding, vinyl windows, corrugated metal roofing, cabinet/countertops, doors/finish hardware, bath accessories, vinyl plank and sheet flooring, and millwork/trims. Creative Partition Systems’ scope includes batt insulation, hang and tape walls/ceilings, 3-way window wrap, and an orange peel spray texture. Subcontractors include Aloha Termite, 808 Maintenance, JD Painting, Diamond Plumbing, and Action Electric. The accelerated schedule calls for an end of November final completion. The current contract amount is $1,845,800.