Construction Management Services were provided for Pu’u Kukui Elementary School, a new school in the Wailuku district on the island of Maui, designed to serve approximately 550 kindergarten through fifth-grade students. The new school consists of an administration building, library building, cafeteria building, covered playcourt, classroom buildings, and a two-acre playfield. The school is situated on a 14-acre lot within a residential subdivision. It consists of buildings with various types of construction including concrete, CMU, steel frame buildings with fiber cement board and battens as well as a rigid steel frame building. These buildings also have various types of roofs installed including asphalt shingle roofing as well as metal roofing. Design aspects that contributed to obtaining LEED credits include energy efficient lighting, the use of sun tubes and light shelves to provide natural daylight, and an AC system using OAU/ERV units and a natural ventilator indicator system that will inform occupants that the outside air is cool enough to open the windows and turn off the AC. The school’s electrical and mechanical systems are monitored by a building automation system with a dashboard display that can be viewed via the internet. Six wind turbines were installed as a demonstration project for wind energy as an alternative energy source.