Kealakehe Elementary School Classroom Building

Maryanne Tane

LOCATION: Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii

Nan, Inc. is constructing a $16.1M new classroom building at Kealakehe Elementary School on the Big Island of Hawaii. Work will involve site preparation, clearing and grubbing, earthwork, removal of a portable building, asphalt paving, landscape irrigation system, trenching, soil treatment, concrete paving, concrete curbs, walkways and pavement, electrical, fire alarm, plumbing, planting, masonry, carpentry, roofing, sheet metal, painting, disturbance of hazardous materials and other related work consistent with the construction of a new classroom building. The new classroom building – tucked into a challenging, sloping site on the campus – will include four general education classrooms, one special education (SPED) self-contained classroom, one itinerant room, one faculty center, one conference room, and one custodial room. There is also an area deemed as an “outside classroom”. The classrooms are designed to be flexible to accommodate a variety of grade levels. In addition to the program spaces, the building will also include restrooms, a communications room, mechanical and electrical rooms, as well as have two bridges to connect the new building to two existing, adjacent classroom buildings.

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