Swinerton Announces New Downtown Honolulu Address to Accommodate Growth and Expansion

General Contractor Swinerton moves to new and improved offices in Honolulu

Swinerton is pleased to announce the company has moved its Hawaii office a few blocks to 841 Bishop Street, Suite 500 located in the Davies Pacific Center in downtown Honolulu.

This move enables Swinerton to deliver enhanced services to our clients and business partners and provide best-in-class facilities for our employee-owners. Swinerton’s new Hawaii office provides the additional square footage, amenities, virtual and physical conferencing capabilities, and creative workspace to support this vision.

“Swinerton’s refreshed Hawaii identity comes at a time where adaptability is a necessity. With the expansion of our Special Projects and self-perform teams, the new office space allows Swinerton to better serve our local market and continue to provide growth opportunities in a modern, creative environment that reflects our top talent and culture,” said Vice President, Division Manager Aaron Yamasaki.

Much like the clients we serve, we wanted our new office to reflect Swinerton’s unique company culture. To meet our vision, Swinerton’s Special Projects team—which focuses on small to midsize projects, interior renovations, tenant improvements, and a multitude of other unique and specialized project types in Hawaii—and in-house drywall group partnered with design firm RIM Architects to build-out the 10,000-square-foot space.

“Building out our own space showcases the combined strength and expertise of our Special Projects and self-perform drywall teams. Multiple times throughout this project, our drywall experts brought up opportunities for constructability improvements, improving the quality and decreasing the cost below initial projections. This mindset is a value add to our clients as well, demonstrating how Swinerton brings peace of mind on projects of all sizes and specialties,” said Project Executive George Denise, who leads Swinerton Special Projects in Hawaii.