Private Sector

Project Name: First Hawaiian Bank

Construction of First Hawaian Bank
Contracting Agency:
First Hawaiian Bank
Contract Amount: $4,413,821.00
Contract Type:
Firm Fixed Price
Prime or Subcontract Work: Prime

Description of Work:
This was a design-build contract to construct a new single-story free standing Frist Hawaiian Bank Building at 645 South Marine Drive Tamuning, Guam with a total floor area of approximately 11,385 square feet.
The New facility included parking, driveways, walkways, trash enclosure, emergency generator enclosure, water storage tank, utility connections and other incidental related work. It also included fire protection, air conditioning and ventalation, plumbing, interior and exterior lighting, CCTV, LAN, telephone, intrusion and detection system.
The project encompasses the newest technological procedures to adapt to the impending military buildup like the utilization of a Hybrid Power System, which anticipates the island wide underground line conversion from Guam Power Authority, and aims to lessen/eradicate power outages during strong typhoon, which will ensure reliability of banking services on island. 
The project showcases environmental consciousness by adhering to the latest EPA Standard for Emission Compliance and also makes use of an underground injection control system for the emplacement or disposal of storm water.
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