CONSTRUCTION, OPERATIONS, AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Kīnā'ole offers a broad range of cost effective end-to-end construction, operations, and maintenance services that are dedicated to helping clients solve the complex challenges created by today's global business environment. We leverage our expertise, experience, and cutting edge technologies to deliver innovative, cost-saving solutions that meet and exceed our client's expectations. This results in long-term solutions that allow our clients to focus on their core business areas.

KĪNĀ'OLE RESPONDS TO 

DISASTERS AROUND THE GLOBE

Following Typhoon Mawar in Guam, Kīnā'ole was relied upon to provide over $100M in emergency response, facility restoration, operations, and maintenance services to revitalize the housing and community support facilities that were impacted or destroyed from the storm.

SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION
MILITARY FUEL SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTION
MEDICAL FACILITY RENOVATIONS
IT/SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE
FACILITY OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE
DESIGN-BUILD & DESIGN-BID-BUILD
MODULAR FACILITY SOLUTIONS
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL
DEMOLITION AND DISPOSAL
SECURED FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
DATA / COMMUNICATIONS
FIRE PROTECTION & PREVENTION
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Kīnā'ole Construction Services

We prioritize communication, collaboration, and transparency, working closely with our clients to ensure that their construction goals are met in a timely, efficient, and cost-effective manner. We offer a range of construction services, including General Construction, Operations and Maintenance, and Fuels Construction, and have a proven track record of delivering high-quality solutions that meet the unique needs of each project and client.

At Kīnā'ole , we leverage the latest technologies and best practices to promote sustainability and environmental stewardship in our construction projects. We also prioritize safety, ensuring that our construction sites are safe for our workers and nearby communities. With a focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness, we strive to deliver construction solutions that meet the specific needs of each project while also supporting economic growth and social impact in the communities we serve.

Overall, Kīnā'ole is a great choice for Construction Services, delivering high-quality, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions that meet the unique needs of each project and client, while also promoting environmental stewardship, safety, and economic growth.

Kīnā'ole - CONSTRUCTION SERVICES PROJECTS

BAMC Electrical/Telemedicine Upgrades

Kīnā'ole and the Virtual Medical Center hub site at Brook Army Medical Center (BAMC), San Antonio, TX, expanded its Tele-Critical Care (TCC) capability, thus expanding military readiness and patient care support in response to the CoVID-19 Pandemic. The TCC expansion includes upgrading Video Tele Conference (VTC) equipment to 66 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) locations throughout BAMC.


At Kīnā'ole, we are committed to delivering on all our clients' construction needs while also supporting economic growth and development in the Native Hawaiian community. As a company owned by the Kīnā'ole Family of Companies, a Native Hawaiian Organization committed to promoting economic growth and development for the Native Hawaiian community, we understand the unique challenges facing the Hawaiian Home Building program and are committed to supporting this critical initiative.

In addition to providing a wide range of construction services, including design-build, renovation, repair, and construction management services, we also offer give-back programs that support the economic and social development of the Native Hawaiian community. Through these programs, we work with community partners to provide job training, educational opportunities, and other support services to underserved communities in Hawaii.

Overall, Kīnā'ole is a great choice for all construction needs, delivering high-quality, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions that meet the unique needs of each project and client, while also promoting economic growth and development in the Native Hawaiian community.

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Design-Build/Bid-Build I SRM I Operations & Maintenance I
 Fuels & Secured Construction I Medical

HOUSING OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (HOMS)/ CHANGE OF OCCUPANCY OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (COMS) Naval Base Guam & Andersen Air Force Base, Guam

Client: NAVFAC Marianas / POP: 7/1/2022 - 6/30/2024
Scope: This task Order is part of an IDIQ for Professional Services for Environmental Remediation. Contract requirements include CERCLA, SARA, DERP Manual, etc. necessary for the USAEC to complete FYRs/PR for the Army Environmental Cleanup Program and to support USACE in meeting the Army's statutory and programmatic requirements. Additional Task Order requirements include: historical documenUdata review, public notices, site inspections, interviews, ARAR/RAO analysis, risk assessment, technical subject analysis, Five-Year/Periodic Review reports; in addition to LUC assessment and LUCIPs.

DESIGN-BUILD OF P-052 NATIONAL GUARD READINESS CENTER Barrigada, Guam

Client: NAVFAC Marianas / POP: 9/30/2022 - 2/26/2025
Scope: This design-build project includes the design and construction of a 36,139 SF National Guard Readiness Center for the 1224th Engineer Support Company (ESC) and the 1-244 Aviation Regiment (AVN), which will support training, administrative, and logistical requirements of the Guam Army National Guard (GUARNG). The supporting development includes utilities, a backup emergency generator, paved parking, and other necessary site improvements. Function areas include: ESC Administrative, Arms Vaults and Cages, Classrooms, and Unit Locks. Additional options include MEC Munition Response, a photovoltaic system, training bay, unheated storage building, wash platform, FF&E, A/V equipment, and MEC/UXO/MPPEH. This project is anticipated to be completed in February 2025.

ELECTRICAL MODERNIZATION Painted Rock and Alamo Dams, AZ

Client: USACE Los Angeles / POP: 9/29/2021 - Present
Scope: This project requires the demolition of the existing 480-volt delta/120/207-volt electrical distribution system and installing a new 480-volt wye/120/207-volt power distribution system in both the control tower and generator building at Alamo Dam and Painted Rock Dam. This includes removing the existing power distribution panelboards, transformers, disconnect switches, motor starters, light fixtures, and 120-volt receptacles. Installation for the generator building consists of a new 400A incoming utility feed, power distribution configuration, service entrance rated panelboard/disconnect switch, emergency generator receptacle, and 120-volt receptacles. A new grounding/lightning protection system will be installed at both locations.

DESIGN/BUILD OF VARIOUS POL REPAIRS & API 653 INSPECTIONS Luke AFB, AZ

Client: 772 ESS PK, Joint Base San Antonio / POP: 6/7/2022 - 12/26/2023
Scope: This contract requires the design and construction of various Petrolium, Oils, and Lubricants (POL) and American Petroleum Institute (API) 653 inspections and repairs to return the facilities to service as a complete and fully functional facility. Priority I work includes in-service tank inspections and reporting, and deficiency corrections such as replacement of lubricated swivels and hoses, replacement of filter separators and combo FSCV and TFV, repair of oil water separators, replacement of dike post indicator valves, and associated reporting for multiple facilities.

JTF-N HANGAR CONCRETE PAD & ELECTRICAL WORK Ft. Huachuca, AZ

Client: USACE Los Angeles / POP: 9/30/2021 - Present
Scope: This project requires the construction of a new approximately 60' x 120' concrete pad for the installation of an existing fabric hangar, new 60' x 20' concrete approach apron, and additional concrete pads for HVAC equipment and office space. Project also includes excavation of a 350' trench 5' deep to the new SSVEC transformer and constructing a new concrete transformer pad. Additional electrical work includes, but is not limited to installing new electrical service to the fabric hangar, providing an electrical grounding ring, associated conduit and cabling, and all associated site and utility work.

Contract with Kīnā'ole.

As Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO), SBA-certified 8(a) small businesses, the Kīnā'ole Family of Companies offers the ability to provide rapid, cost-effective contracting solutions through direct awards. NHO 8(a) Sole Source Award guidance in 13CFR124.506(b)(2) and 13CFR124.517(a) allows Kīnā'ole companies the unique ability to receive direct awards up to $100M that cannot be protested because of our NHO 8(a) status. Using this method provides our customers the ability to procure services rapidly, at fair negotiated prices, and with fewer uncertainties compared to the competitive bidding process across all requirements while also supporting the broader goal of promoting economic development and social impact in the communities it serves.

Standard of Excellence

Our people are the best in the industry because of their motivation to produce outstanding results for clients and give back to native Hawaiian communities.

Full Suite of Services

Our Family of Companies uphold our standard of excellence while delivering the range of capabilities needed to help our clients meet mission requirements.

Rapid Procurement

As Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) and certified 8(a) small businesses, the Kīnā'ole Family of Companies offers the ability to provide rapid, cost-effective contracting solutions.

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