Pono Kai Seawall Repairs Completed

//Pono Kai Seawall Repairs Completed

Pono Kai Seawall Repairs Completed

A blessing was held this afternoon to mark the completion of the seawall repair project fronting Pono Kai Resort.

The restoration included structural fill work, repair of the damaged north and south ends, re-grouting along the top of the north end, as well as beach nourishment.
Encompassing 600 linear feet, the cost of the repair work was approximately $950,000.
“This project has been a collaborative effort and is a true sign of the success we can accomplish when everyone works together,” said Mayor Bernard Carvalho, Jr.
The design consultant for the project was Oceanit Laboratories and the general contractor was Goodfellow Bros., Inc.
The subcontractors included: Esaki Engineering; North Shore Hydraulic Services; Scientific Consultant Services; Kaua‘i Hydroseed and Landscape; and Wellington Fencing Company.

For more information, please contact Pat Kaihara with the Department of Public Works at 241-4880 or send an email to pkaihara@kauai.gov.

County Engineer Larry Dill, Doug Haigh, Building Division Chief, Lyle Tabata, Deputy County Engineer and Nadine Nakamura, Managing Director, are pleased with the completion of the Pono Kai seawall repair project.

County Engineer Larry Dill, Doug Haigh, Building Division Chief, Lyle Tabata, Deputy County Engineer and Nadine Nakamura, Managing Director, are pleased with the completion of the Pono Kai seawall repair project.

County officials and representatives of Goodfellow Brothers, Pono Kai Resort and Oceanit Laboratories pose for a photo following the blessing of the Pono Kai seawall repair project. L to R: Larry Dill, County Engineer; Doug Haigh, Building Division Chief; Connie Meyer, Project Manager, Goodfellow Bros.; Steven Pimental, Grounds Manager, Pono Kai Resort; Peter Sit, General Manager, Pono Kai Resort; Nadine Nakamura, Managing Director; Kahu Jade Battad; Lyle Tabata, Deputy County Engineer; and Dayan Vithanage, Oceanit Laboratories.

County officials and representatives of Goodfellow Brothers, Pono Kai Resort and Oceanit Laboratories pose for a photo following the blessing of the Pono Kai seawall repair project. L to R: Larry Dill, County Engineer; Doug Haigh, Building Division Chief; Connie Meyer, Project Manager, Goodfellow Bros.; Steven Pimental, Grounds Manager, Pono Kai Resort; Peter Sit, General Manager, Pono Kai Resort; Nadine Nakamura, Managing Director; Kahu Jade Battad; Lyle Tabata, Deputy County Engineer; and Dayan Vithanage, Oceanit Laboratories.

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