Kaneohe State (of the Art) Hospital
Presented by: G70
On January 25, 2018, the State of Hawaii awarded Hensel Phelps the $140 million Hawaii State Hospital New Patient Facility design-build project. The New Patient Facility is a 144-bed forensic psychiatric facility (approximately 170,000 GSF) that was designed and being built on the upper campus of the existing Hawaii State Hospital in Kaneohe, Hawaii.
The project will include patient care units, a comprehensive rehabilitation mall, building support, admissions and transfer suite office spaces, various outdoor yards, and associated parking for staff.
The project consists of a strong design-build team of local and mainland consultants, including G70, KMD, AECOM, BASE, Buford Goff, Ronald N.S. Ho, and Walters Kimura Motoda. Additional partners include Dorvin D. Leis and Helix Electric.
Design started immediately and construction is to be completed by December 2020. The Pacific District of Hensel Phelps and their procurement and operations personnel had been working since 2014 to procure this landmark project.
The presentation will also review virtual design/coordination/construction methodologies and logistics of architectural/structural precast concrete within a design-build project delivery method. Angelo Lago of Hensel Phelps will talk about this aspect of the construction process.
|Kevin Kobayashi is a Senior Project Architect and Associate who joined G70 after moving back to Hawaii in 2016. He has over 18-years of experience on a variety of healthcare, educa-tional, commercial and hospitality projects in California, Washington and Hawaii.|
|Chretien Macutay is a Project Architect and Associate with G70 since 2012. His experience includes all phases of educational, commercial, hospitality and residential projects. He is an integral part of the team that leads, implements and executes advance technologies in the offce’s design and project delivery process.|
|Angelo Lago is the Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Manager for Hensel Phelps’ Pacific District and oversees all VDC efforts in Hawaii and Guam. Over his 10-year career with the company, he has spearheaded several programs to integrate VDC technology into design planning and field operations. Angelo’s push for drone/3D site surveying, augmented reality integration, laser scanning, and 4D modeling has aided project teams in becoming more efficient in MEPF coordination and installation, workflow, and scheduling.|
5:00 pm – Registration
5:30 pm – Program & Dinner
- September Member's Meeting
September 18, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm