Renovate Building 250, Pearl Harbor

Renovate Building 250, Phase 2B & 2C, Makalapa, Pearl Harbor, Island of Oahu, Hawaii

  • Client: Department of the Navy
  • Contract Amount: $16,054,000

This high visibility project involved the complete renovation and historic preservation of Building 250, a 4-story structure that served as a command post in World War II and was later designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1964. This building serves as the headquarters for the Commander-in-Chief of the US Pacific Fleet and his staff, so the project was the most watched, highly anticipated and inspected Navy project at the time of its construction. All non-structural components of this 107,020 square foot building were completely removed and restored back to its historic character, all while modernizing the interior spaces with state-of-the-art security and technology, which included a central video teleconferencing center capable of securely interfacing with commands around the world.

The success of this project resulted in several recognition awards including a Certificate and Letter of Appreciation for superior achievement from the Navy Commanding Officer, a plaque from the Navy Admiral, and the Historical Restoration/Preservation of the Year certificate from the American Public Works Association.

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