New Signage installed On Kealakeha Parkway
The HBFA Board
approved a project to install a sign giving direction to the North
and South sides of the harbor with symbols indicating services.
A plan was submitted and approved by the District Manager.
The sign is in place, located before the intersection by the
Harbor Master's building.
DOBOR West Hawaii Projects (November 15, 2011)
Honokohau SBH Phase I Improvements
Scope: Replace loading dock at one boat ramp, water system and electrical improvements
Bid Opening: 6/24/2010 (delayed due to bid protest, low bidder Bolton, Inc. disqualified)
Contractor: Global Specialties
Total Cost: $591,450
Status: Water and Electrical: Issue Notice to Proceed: Nov. 2011
Loading Dock: DOH 401 Water Quality Certification application submitted/pending approval. Once approved, Notice to Proceed for this work will be issued.
Onsite Preconstruction Meeting held on 10/26/11 to go over waterline alignment
Construction Start: Waterline construction to begin after the Honokohau access road is completed. Please note that the waterline will be installed 5 to 10' away from the road and will not damage the newly constructed roadway.
Honokohau SBH Phase II Improvements
Scope: Access Road, Parking, lighting, and drainage improvements for area adjacent and upgradient of the boat ramps.
Consultant: Engineering Partners
Status: Ongoing design, $120k approved and an additional $150k requested
Funding: Construction funding in FY 2013 Budget ($1,000k Approved and additional $500k requested)
Honokohau SBH Access Road
Scope: Reconstruct approximately 1000 feet of roadway from the Harbor Office to just before the wash down area.
Contractor: Willocks Construction
Status: Preconstruction meeting scheduled for 10/26/11
Construction Start: November 16, 2011
Construction contact: Bob Bowden, Construction Operations Engineer, ph. 720-963-3595
Honokohau Comfort Station Improvements
South Comfort Station - improvements may include, new toilet partitions, lighting and exterior painting (trim only)
North Comfort Station - improvements may include, new epoxy flooring, toilet partition, exterior painting, light fixtures and/or new roofing system
Consultant: DOBOR Engineering
Funding: Act 164, SLH 2011, Item 9 ($425,000 for Statewide comfort station repairs).
Status: The allotment request was approved by the Governor on October 31, 2011
North Kawaihae SBH Improvements
Scope: Repair existing marginal wharf
Schedule: First 100' (Mauka) section of the marginal wharf completed in Jan 2011. Remaining 100' (Makai) section of the marginal wharf completed in November 2011.
Contractor: Solutions Contracting, Inc.
Total cost: $380,047.
North Kawaihae Maintenance Dredging
Scope: Remove sand build-up fronting the boat ramp
Bid Opening: 2/24/11
Contractor: George M. Oye, Inc.
Contract Amount: $24,980
South Kawaihae SBH Phase I Improvements
Corps of Engineers permit application to install mooring blocks and mooring piles; gangways and marginal wharf within the harbor was submitted and is pending approval. Meeting to be scheduled with DLNR and Corps to discuss permit application status/issues.
Contractor: Hawaiian Dredging Construction, Inc.
Total Construction Cost: $4,700,000
South Kawaihae SBH Waterline and Roadway Improvements*
Status: Design consultant selected, contract executed
Consultant's notice to proceed 10/21/11
Topographic Survey December 2011
Pre-final Design March 2012
Final Design/Permitting Summer 2012
*No construction funds available for this project
Tsunami Damage Repairs
Scope: Light post, bull rails & moorings
Project Work Sheet (PW) Amount: $12,179
Consultant: Moffatt and Nichol
Scope: Site, boat ramp & comfort station
PW Amount: $1,461,210
Consultant: Arnold Okubo and Associates
Keauhou Boat Ramp
Scope: Pile, revetment, paving and debris removal
PW Amount: $548,690
Consultant: Moffatt and Nichol
Status: pending FEMA approval of PWs. Governor released $7.8 million in funding for Tsunami Damage Repairs that was appropriated by the legislature this past session (Act 164, SLH 2011, Item D-7). The Allotment request was approved by the Governor on October 11, 2011.