Hawai`i

With more than 20 years of service in Hawaiʻi, Hunt is a company that has long been recognized for its innovative use of underutilized government properties, particularly those governed by complex land agreements, as well as its commitment to creating premier master-planned communities that complement the cultural and geographical riches of the Hawaiian Islands. In Hawaiʻi, Hunt has built or revitalized over 6,600 homes for Hawaiʻi’s military families, and is responsible for the ongoing management of more than 2,000 acres—including one million square feet of commercial and industrial space. Hunt’s Hawaiʻi projects reflect the company’s deep roots in public-private partnerships and innovative projects.

Projects include the Ford Island Master Development Agreement, Kalaeloa, The Waterfront at Pu’uloa and Waikele on Oahu, Palamanui and Ke Kailani on the Big Island and Kilauea Lighthouse Village on Kauaʻi.

HUNT HAWAIʻI DIVISION SERVICES

  • Development: With more than two decades of experience in Hawaiʻi, Hunt is responsible for the development, revitalization, and asset management of more than 2,000 acres and one million square feet of industrial and commercial space on the Islands.
  • Construction: With more than 66 years of building experience, Hunt has completed 22 new construction projects (including associated demolition), as well as 12 renovation projects in Hawaiʻi, including more than 6,600 renovated military homes — plus an ongoing commitment to affordable housing and sustainable building.
  • Energy and Social Infrastructure: As builder of the first LEED® Platinum affordable housing community in the country and developer of the Kalaeloa Renewable Energy Park, Hunt is committed to delivering energy and social infrastructure projects through public-private partnerships with government agencies and utilities.
  • Affordable Housing: Hunt’s affordable housing portfolio includes more than 217,183 units in over 500 properties across the United States. Our broad experience in developing, financing, building and managing affordable workforce housing has made projects like E Komo Mai (Hilo), Hale Makana (Nanakuli), Kahuku Elderly (Kahuku) and Imi ʻIkena (Wailuku) possible.
  • Public Facility Services: Hunt's affiliate, CGL Management Group, offers planning, project management, design, and facilities management services for social infrastructure projects and public facilities on behalf of governments and other organizations. Since 2002, CGL has provided its broad range of services in 17 countries and has delivered more than $7 billion in public facility construction worldwide. CGL’s projects range from correctional facilities to government administration buildings to higher educational facilities.