As part of the larger multi-year modernization program for the Honolulu International Airport (HNL), modifications to the commuter terminal portion will substantially expand and replace, upgrade and rehabilitate infrastructure throughout the facility. The overall effort will transform the facility into a distinctive and functional first class visitor destination. The new $32 million, 2-story, 48,000 square foot Commuter Terminal, also involves the construction of a loop road around a new 260-stall parking lot, hardstand and re-striping, pedestrian walkways, and wayfinding signage. In addition, a separate $14 million sitework package involves various infrastructure-related improvements such as new security access points and realignment of existing roads, new vehicular wash facility, repaving of ~150,000 square feet of parking area, full reconstruction of 1000 feet of roadway along Aolewa Place, installation of new site waterlines for domestic water and fire protection, a non-potable irrigation line, parking lot improvements, construction of a pedestrian pathway to the Overseas Terminal and demolition/rough grading of the future Diamond Head Commuter Terminal site.
The scope of services include programming, planning, design, engineering and documentation services for the design of the new facility. Also included are documentation services to integrate and phase tenant relocation improvements, airline ticket office and ticker lobby modifications, and modifications to wayfinding signage. Design work included Traffic Control Plans.
About the Project
Bowers + Kubota provided construction management services for construction of the new two-story gymnasium/multi-purpose building. The building includes: meeting rooms, men’s and women’s bathrooms, kitchen, offices, staff shower and storage facilities. In addition, there are two new paved and lighted basketball and volleyball courts, four new paved and lighted tennis courts, two new paved and lighted parking lots, landscaping, and landscape irrigation.