Good news for folks who drive on Kamehameha Highway in Pearl City!
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) has awarded the construction contract for Phase I of its Kamehameha Highway resurfacing project. The contract was awarded to Road & Highway Builders, LLC in the amount of $25,989,989.00.
The scope of work includes the resurfacing of Kamehameha Highway along the path of guideway construction through Pearl City and Aiea. In addition to the resurfacing, Phase I, which will run from Acacia Road near the Pearl Highlands Center to the Hawaiian Electric power plant in Waiau, will consist of road widening, improvements to intersections, minor utility improvements, traffic signal work, turning loops, and curb & gutter work.
HART’s rough work schedule is to start in August and be completed by late 2018. The plan is to have the final paving completed by the end of the year.Related Materials