Ko ‘Olina Kai Golf Estates and Villas, Ko ‘Olina Resort

Kapolei, O‘ahu, HI

Completed

2003

The Ko ‘Olina Kai neighborhood is a condominium property regime in the Ko ‘Olina resort adjacent to the links of the Ko ‘Olina golf course. The neighborhood consists of 60 single-family detached homes and 43 two- and three-bedroom multi-storied condominium villas, 264 multi-family units total, for which Belt Collins provided all the civil engineering from due diligence evaluations, into design and through construction. The approximate 34-acre site has an extensive internal walkway network which leads to a recreation center, barbeque and recreational areas. Design services included a grading study to balance the site, followed by preparation of a mass grading plan and subsequent preparation of the site infrastructure improvements package. The infrastructure included the on-site roadways, entry gates and water, irrigation, sewer, electrical, telephone, cable television and drainage systems. Additional services included design of an off-site walkway to a Resort commercial area, and utility connections within the resort road right-of-way needed to serve the neighborhood. Construction contract administration, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permitting and monitoring services were also provided.

Ko ‘Olina Kai was envisioned as a resort community neighborhood with its single- and multi-family dwellings serving as full-time residences as well as vacation rentals. The civil engineering team of Belt Collins made this vision a reality as the developer’s site designers coordinating with the building architects to obtain the desired aesthetics and density, as well as meet the project budget. A key factor in the project’s success was the detailed grading analysis that balanced earthwork across the 34-acre site to provide positive drainage and connectivity meeting Fair Housing Act accessibility requirements.

Ko ‘Olina Kai was envisioned as a resort community neighborhood with its single- and multi-family dwellings serving as full-time residences as well as vacation rentals. The civil engineering team of Belt Collins made this vision a reality as the developer’s site designers coordinating with the building architects to obtain the desired aesthetics and density, as well as meet the project budget. A key factor in the project’s success was the detailed grading analysis that balanced earthwork across the 34-acre site to provide positive drainage and connectivity meeting Fair Housing Act accessibility requirements.

The Ko ‘Olina Kai neighborhood is a condominium property regime in the Ko ‘Olina resort adjacent to the links of the Ko ‘Olina golf course. The neighborhood consists of 60 single-family detached homes and 43 two- and three-bedroom multi-storied condominium villas, 264 multi-family units total, for which Belt Collins provided all the civil engineering from due diligence evaluations, into design and through construction. The approximate 34-acre site has an extensive internal walkway network which leads to a recreation center, barbeque and recreational areas. Design services included a grading study to balance the site, followed by preparation of a mass grading plan and subsequent preparation of the site infrastructure improvements package. The infrastructure included the on-site roadways, entry gates and water, irrigation, sewer, electrical, telephone, cable television and drainage systems. Additional services included design of an off-site walkway to a Resort commercial area, and utility connections within the resort road right-of-way needed to serve the neighborhood. Construction contract administration, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permitting and monitoring services were also provided.

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