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Total value of Hawaii construction projects currently in our database:

Commercial Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$6,140,775,143
Bid Phase:$164,149,000
Post-Bid:$9,544,784,497
Civil Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$879,681,115
Bid Phase:$53,509,634
Post-Bid:$4,779,174,505



Municipal Water and Wastewater Facility Project Case Study in Hawaii

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Project Overview

Project Title:HI PEARL HARBOR FISC FUEL PIPELINES
Estimated Value:$17,335,000
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Project Location

State:Hawaii
County:Honolulu
Address:258 Makalapa Dr

Project Type

Building Category:Municipal Water and Wastewater Facilities
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Water Treatment, Sewage Treatment Construction of new fuel transfer pipeline systems from a fuel pier to the main fuel pumphouse & storage tanks for three fuel products, ballast water, & contaminated fuel with valve stations, pumps & appurtenances. The piping corridor is approximately one kilometer (0.6 miles) in length containing up to eight pipes, ranging in size from 150 millimeters (6 inches) to 508 millimeters (20 inches) in diameter. Work includes mechanical & electrical utilities, site preparation, access roadways, pipeline guardrails & relocation of communication lines in the way of the proposed pipeline alignment. Install automated fuel handling equipment to monitor & control fuel flow in the new pipelines. Demolish or clean & decommission the existing underground pipeline.