The new Hawaii Tokai International College campus was designed by the same team that designed the UH West Oahu campus, led by John Hara & Associates Inc., to build environmentally friendly residence halls, dining facilities and classrooms for approximately 150 students primarily from Japan.
Hawaii Tokai International College is a state-of-the-art, 85,000 square foot, sustainable campus on three acres of University of Hawaii West Oahu land. The college has recently relocated from its Honolulu site on Kapiolani Boulevard. Swinerton also self-performed the concrete scopes; pouring concrete slabs for the entire campus that included the multi-purpose room, administrative office, and student dormitories. The 20,000-square-foot multi-purpose room consisted of a metal structure with podium and served as a gymnasium and campus hall. The two-level Office/Administration building and student dormitories were built using CMU concrete and framing.