Testimonials

"You and your staff have been excellent in anticipating potential challenges and working through problems that have arisen during the construction of the hospital. Thank you for very much for an outstanding job."
Troy M. Miyasato, AIA
Principal, Ferraro Choi & Associates, Ltd.

"The Kapolei Skatepark is a great example of how to do it right. The city got a great general contractor (Inouye) who worked with professional skatepark builders, and local skaters to produce to produce the best skatepark on Oahu."
Kirk Murakami
Park User

"Your outsanding performance on this project has significantly enhanced the operational capability and readiness of the Navy and the Marine Corps in Hawaii. "
R.E. Cellon, Captain, CEC, US Navy
Commander

"AM Partners would like to thank and commend Ralph S. Inouye, Co., Ltd. for its successful completion of the Kalihi YMCA Project. Special thanks and credit should be given to your project engineer, Mr. Kenneth Hasegawa, and site superintendent Mr. Dino Rola. Their management skill and professionalism allowed the project to be scheduled and performed efficiently and safely. Their cooperation to quickly address issues and concerns also contributed to a great building experience."
Roland D. Libby, AIA
Principal. AM Partners

 

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Completed Projects

The project involved a complete renovation of the 70-year-old Roosevelt High School Auditorium, reconstructing it up to modern standards yet keeping the exterior structure intact due to its classification as a “historic” building.  The new backstage building extension was added to house dressing rooms, classrooms, restrooms, and a rehearsal studio.  It was constructed to match the existing finishes, and replicates all the original decorative millwork, mouldings, windows and trims

This two thousand square foot interior office renovation was performed in conjunction with the relocation of Servco’s Pre-Owned Auto dealership from its previous Nimitz location to their main dealership in Mapunapuna.  Servco management was delighted to centralize operations with their New Auto Center, Subaru, and Scion dealerships.  The designer was Architects Hawaii, Ltd.

 

The Kapolei Regional Park Skate Facility is a 7,000 square foot park with 3 of Hawaii’s first fully enclosed concrete bowls with Penrose pool coping.  The park also consists of approximately 2,000 square feet of “street” element such as grinder blocks, steps, ledges, and banks.  Ralph S. Inouye Co., Ltd. took a unique approach to this design-build project by hosting design workshops where the general public and skating community were invited and participated in shaping the design of the park.  This approach fostered a sense of ownership by all of the participants which is evident every weekend at the park which is busy with skaters of all ages and ability enjoying their park.  
 

The Project required the construction of a new seven-story Control Tower and a one-story Remote Air Traffic Control Facility (RATCF).  Ralph S. Inouye Co., Ltd was the prime contractor on this DoD contract, and the final contract value is considered close enough to “equal” $5 million.   
 

This project consisted of constructing an open-air canoe halau that included moss rock walls and an open gate enclosure that incorporates an intricate and artful canoe paddle motif.  The unique Pohaku, a collection of Hawaiian stone bench sculpture pieces were designed and created by a local artist.  
 

The Pearl City Shops is a single level shopping center with adjacent parking lot.  The building contains 16,700 square feet of interior space and was constructed as tenant “shells”, which did not include flooring or ceiling work.  Currently, the mall is occupied by 8 tenants.
 
The company is currently working on another retail design-assist project for the same developer.

 

The project required the construction of five retail spaces including two one-story concrete & masonry structures.  Longs Drugs and Foodland occupy the two buildings.  Related sitework, parking lot, and interior finishes were also included in the scope of work. 

The project is a multi-story concrete building erected over a parking lot on the ground level.  The new building has 26,000 square feet of space contains a reception area, activity rooms and classrooms, exercise room, lounge area, administrative offices, storage areas, kitchen, restrooms, showers, and utility rooms.
 

The project consisted of a 21,000 square foot, one-story building at the Mililani Memorial Park.  Walls were reinforced concrete, CMU, and stud walls with EFS.  The roof framing consisted of pre-fabricated wood trusses with plywood sheathing and the chapel roof consisted of large pre-shaped laminated wood columns and arches.  Interior finishes were metal framing with gypsum board surfaces, painting, carpet and VCT flooring.  Stained glass windows were installed in the chapel area.  HVAC, power, lighting, and telecom were also included.  Exterior work comprised of site excavation and grading, an asphalt parking lot, utilities, and sewage treatment facility.

 

This campus-wide improvements project for ADA accessibility required the installation of 5 elevator structures, 4 covered concrete ramps, 5 wheelchair lifts, walkways, parking lot improvements, and classroom interio