A trusted name in the building industry, Nan, Inc. provides a wide array of professional construction services — including preconstruction, general contracting, and design-build. Through teamwork and collaboration with our customers for over 25 years, we have delivered over 2,600 site engineering, renovation, and new construction projects totaling approximately $3.0 billion. This success originates from our deep-rooted principles and commitment to integrity, safety, quality, and an unwavering dedication to customer service.

Since 1999, Building Industry magazine has continually ranked Nan, Inc. amongst Hawaii's Top 25 Contractors.



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Nan, Inc. makes news yet again. Work is now underway on a modernization project at the recently renamed Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport. Here's a link to an article about the $75 million project.

https://westhawaiitoday.com/news/local-news/start-75m-kona-airport-expansion-celebrated
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A beautiful sunrise marked the start of a busy day at Nan, Inc.'s Pearl Highlands rail station site. Here's to a wonderful Wednesday! ... See MoreSee Less

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Calling all aspiring UH engineering students! Nan, Inc. will have a booth at today's Career Fair at the Manoa Campus. We'd love to have you come by and visit. It could be the move that launches your engineering career! ... See MoreSee Less

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We have some new aerial photos from one of our major projects on Hawaii Island.

Nan, Inc. broke ground late last year on the Kona Judiciary Complex, and you can see things there are already taking shape! Located on a ten acre site in Keahuolu, North Kona, the 140,000 square foot facility will eventually put all Kona court services in one place.

Right now, proceedings take place at three different locations in Kona and none of them were originally built to be courtrooms. In fact, one courthouse is in the old Kona Hospital.

The new complex is slated to be finished in 2019. We are proud to play a role in building the future of West Hawaii.
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