Ka Makana Ali‘i

91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai‘i 96707

Completed

Late 2016

Center Court with performance stage on the right.

Belt Collins started working on East Kapolei’s 67-acre Ka Makana Ali‘i regional shopping center in 2006 assessing preliminary layouts, access, earthwork, and utility requirements, then completed the preliminary engineering and landscape budgeting and supported the environmental assessment processing. Civil engineering design was then provided for the on-site Phase 1 development, completing the mass grading plans followed by design of the utilities, NPDES permitting, and construction services. 

Work on Kapolei’s 67-acre Ka Makana Ali‘i included assessing preliminary layouts, access, earthwork, and utility requirements, preliminary engineering and landscape budgeting.

Work on Kapolei’s 67-acre Ka Makana Ali‘i included assessing preliminary layouts, access, earthwork, and utility requirements, preliminary engineering and landscape budgeting.

Center Court with performance stage on the right.

Belt Collins started working on East Kapolei’s 67-acre Ka Makana Ali‘i regional shopping center in 2006 assessing preliminary layouts, access, earthwork, and utility requirements, then completed the preliminary engineering and landscape budgeting and supported the environmental assessment processing. Civil engineering design was then provided for the on-site Phase 1 development, completing the mass grading plans followed by design of the utilities, NPDES permitting, and construction services. 

Through an innovative partnership between the developer, DeBartolo Development, and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Ka Makana Ali‘i will financially support programs benefiting Native Hawaiian interests statewide for decades to come.

The scope of work included providing water, sewer, and gas service routed throughout the site, on-site drainage improvements, parking for over 2500 vehicles, and 750,000 square feet of retail, dining, entertainment space, and even a hotel. In addition, FAA Form 7460s were prepared and processed to determine if the building heights, light poles, and construction cranes would be a hazard to flights out of Kalaeloa Airport. Phase 1 developed approximately 50 acres of the total site and was open to the public in late 2016. In addition, through an innovative partnership between DeBartolo Development and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Ka Makana Ali‘i will financially support programs benefiting Native Hawaiian interests statewide for decades to come.

The Cheesecake Factory at Ka Makana Ali‘i

Landscape design fronting Cheesecake Factory provided by Belt Collins Hawaii.

Civil engineering and landscape design and construction services for the second Cheesecake Factory on O‘ahu were provided after the first phase of the mall opened. Work included relocating some of the utilities, reconfiguring some parking areas, and installing a tropical landscape around the building that would match the rest of the mall.

Through an innovative partnership between the developer, DeBartolo Development, and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Ka Makana Ali‘i will financially support programs benefiting Native Hawaiian interests statewide for decades to come.

The scope of work included providing water, sewer, and gas service routed throughout the site, on-site drainage improvements, parking for over 2500 vehicles, and 750,000 square feet of retail, dining, entertainment space, and even a hotel. In addition, FAA Form 7460s were prepared and processed to determine if the building heights, light poles, and construction cranes would be a hazard to flights out of Kalaeloa Airport. Phase 1 developed approximately 50 acres of the total site and was open to the public in late 2016. In addition, through an innovative partnership between DeBartolo Development and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Ka Makana Ali‘i will financially support programs benefiting Native Hawaiian interests statewide for decades to come.

The Cheesecake Factory at Ka Makana Ali‘i

Landscape design fronting Cheesecake Factory provided by Belt Collins Hawaii.

Civil engineering and landscape design and construction services for the second Cheesecake Factory on O‘ahu were provided after the first phase of the mall opened. Work included relocating some of the utilities, reconfiguring some parking areas, and installing a tropical landscape around the building that would match the rest of the mall.

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