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Queens’ MarketPlace & Waikoloa Bowl and Queens’ Garden

69-201 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa Village, Hawai‘i 96738

Completed

2008 - Waikoloa Bowl & Queens' Gardens (prime Helber Hastert & Fee, Planners, Inc.) / 2009 - Queens' MarketPlace (prime Garduque Architects)

Awards

  • 2009 American Society of Landscape Architects Hawai‘i Chapter, General Design, Merit Award (HHF Planners)

As part of the Queens' MarketPlace development, Belt Collins assisted Waikoloa Resort in evaluating the existing employee parking lot to assess stall configurations and current landscape requirements, along with the additional area needed, to provide a total of 1,228 parking spaces for planned commercial expansion within the Resort. The subsequent civil design scope included 700 new parking stalls; reconstruction of approximately 1,230 linear feet of Waikoloa Beach Drive with auxiliary turn lanes; providing water, sewer and gas services to and routing within the site; and on-site drainage improvements. The project area encompassed approximately 17 acres which was developed with shopping plaza buildings and hardscape.

Planning and civil engineering services provided by Belt Collins for the Waikoloa Bowl and Queens' Gardens included change of zone applications, subdivision filings, mass grading plans, construction documents, NPDES permitting, and construction contract administration services. The 11-acre site has an outdoor native plant garden that is opened to the public and a performing arts venue. A 5,500-audience capacity is provided through a sloped amphitheater lawn seating area plus a paved, level section directly in front of the performance platform for dinner- and chair-seated guests. Dressing rooms and services access are also part of the performance facilities.

The Queens’ MarketPlace at Waikoloa Beach Resort features over 35 varied shops and restaurants serving as a commercial and entertainment center for the resort and Kohala Coast community. As part of the entertainment offerings, the adjacent Waikoloa Bowl presents Hawaiian music concerts, hula shows and popular bands in an open-air venue with a great green lawn and performance stage. Belt Collins is proud to have provided all the civil engineering design and planning services for the 28-acre, 135,000-square-foot shopping plaza and entertainment center, including grading, utilities, parking, drainage and off-site infrastructure.

The Queens’ MarketPlace at Waikoloa Beach Resort features over 35 varied shops and restaurants serving as a commercial and entertainment center for the resort and Kohala Coast community. As part of the entertainment offerings, the adjacent Waikoloa Bowl presents Hawaiian music concerts, hula shows and popular bands in an open-air venue with a great green lawn and performance stage. Belt Collins is proud to have provided all the civil engineering design and planning services for the 28-acre, 135,000-square-foot shopping plaza and entertainment center, including grading, utilities, parking, drainage and off-site infrastructure.

As part of the Queens' MarketPlace development, Belt Collins assisted Waikoloa Resort in evaluating the existing employee parking lot to assess stall configurations and current landscape requirements, along with the additional area needed, to provide a total of 1,228 parking spaces for planned commercial expansion within the Resort. The subsequent civil design scope included 700 new parking stalls; reconstruction of approximately 1,230 linear feet of Waikoloa Beach Drive with auxiliary turn lanes; providing water, sewer and gas services to and routing within the site; and on-site drainage improvements. The project area encompassed approximately 17 acres which was developed with shopping plaza buildings and hardscape.

Planning and civil engineering services provided by Belt Collins for the Waikoloa Bowl and Queens' Gardens included change of zone applications, subdivision filings, mass grading plans, construction documents, NPDES permitting, and construction contract administration services. The 11-acre site has an outdoor native plant garden that is opened to the public and a performing arts venue. A 5,500-audience capacity is provided through a sloped amphitheater lawn seating area plus a paved, level section directly in front of the performance platform for dinner- and chair-seated guests. Dressing rooms and services access are also part of the performance facilities.

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