About 50 Nan, Inc. volunteers spent their Saturday morning working to help repair the Koko Crater Trail. A grassroots non-profit organization called the Kokonut Koalition is spearheading the effort to rebuild the former military tram line which has fallen into disrepair due to heavy use and erosion. The Nan, Inc. volunteers included craft and tradesman
In these trying COVID-19 times, the Hawaii Foodbank is doing all it can to help hold back a tsunami of hunger. The Nan, Inc. Volunteering Club recently pitched in to help this great organization. Our volunteers helped package 4,000 bags of food at the Hawaii Foodbank’s warehouse. The Food 4 Keiki program delivers these bags
Nan, Inc. and its joint venture partner Caddell Construction is one of seven teams selected as a contract holder for $990 million worth of work in the Pacific Region. The selection by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC Pacific) involves multiple award construction contracts (MACC) for design-build projects primarily on Guam, but also other areas
In this season of giving, Nan, Inc. is proud to have donated $1500 worth of gift cards to the Valoha Giving Movement’s Christmas donation drive. Valoha is a grassroots non-profit founded in 2015. Their mission is to help the houseless and the needy, and their work goes way beyond monetary donations. Valoha Giving Movement is
A small and socially-distanced ceremony on December 10, 2020 marked a big act of generosity. Nan, Inc., Hawaii’s largest locally-owned construction company donated $1 million to Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center (WCCHC). “This was not expected and comes at a time of extraordinary need in our community,” said Richard Bettini, President & CEO of Waianae
At Nan, Inc., we believe giving back to the community is part of our kuleana (responsibility). To help make good on that mission, employees recently formed a Volunteering Club with the mission to help those in need. The inaugural event took place recently. More than two dozen Nan, Inc. employees and spouses spent time on
Six-year-old Anela is battling leukemia. She loves Anna, Elsa, Olaf and all things “Frozen”. Nan, Inc. and Make-A-Wish Hawaii teamed up to help make her “chilly” dreams come true here in tropical Hawaii. Click here to see the touching video.
Nan, Inc., Hawaii’s largest locally-owned construction company, has just been awarded a $75.5 million contract to construct the new Hawaii State Veterans Home, Oahu. The 120-bed facility in Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii will help meet the growing demand for housing and care for Hawaii’s veterans. Over the course of two years, Nan, Inc. will be constructing