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January 27, 2016 – HKES Follow Our Progress

The Masonry Institute of Hawaii has announced the Project of the Year award to Hale Kula Elementary School as part of its annual meeting luncheon at the Honolulu Country Club on January 27, 2016.


Representatives from the Department of Education, S&M Sakamoto, Design Partners, Inc., Ono Construction, and SSFM International

The Masonry Institute of Hawaii has announced the Project of the Year award to Hale Kula Elementary School as part of its annual meeting luncheon at the Honolulu Country Club on January 27, 2016. Kendall Ellingwood and Kanako Suzuki of Design Partners, Inc. presented their design concept for the Hale Kula Elementary School campus. Located on the Schofield Barracks in Wahiawa, Hawaii, the $35 million budgeted project included the addition of four major buildings and numerous renovations and additions to the existing K-5 campus. The award winning project was constructed by mason contractor, Ono Construction.

 

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