Seth Marushige, Project Manager, describes some of the challenges unique to the project:
“The 37 buildings (320 units) are broken out into 4 separate phases. Each phase is considered to be a stand alone project, meaning we will be signing a separate contract with the owner for each phase. That means 4 times the sub/vendor contracts need to be written, 4 times the billings, submittals, etc.”
Turnover of Phase 1 is expected as early as July 15, 2019 with turnover of Phase 2 and 3 later that year.
Keahumoa Ground Breaking Ceremony
From left: Mayor Kirk Caldwell; Jay Manzano, Unlimited Construction; Karen Seddon, The Michaels Development Company; Gov. David Ige.
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