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.

The new facility accommodates over 700 guests and is equipped with a state-of-the art concert shell & acoustical system resulting in an awe-inspiring experience for performers and audiences alike. The project won an Award of Excellence in the 2008 GCA Build Hawaii awards.


"The quality of workmanship and pride in your professionalism shows through in the finished auditorium. The commitment to the client by your Project Engineer, Mr. Hasegawa, and Project Foreman, Dino Rola, was a fine representation of your company's integrity and dedication."

- An Mahi, Principal of Roosevelt High School