This week’s construction update

Wailuku Parking Structure:
The HDCC crews continued with work on the entrance structure at Church Street. The second-floor concrete deck for the entrance structure will be poured next week. HDCC subcontractor crews also continued with the fire sprinkler, lighting, painting and elevator work on the interior of the parking structure.

HDCC and CMC crews working on parking entrance structure second floor concrete deck
Lite Electric crews installing communication and electrical ductlines
JD Painting crews painting parking stall striping

Vineyard and Church Street Improvements:
The Hawaiian Electric crews began work this past week in the conversion of the existing electrical overhead lines to underground this past week. The MIRA crews continued with the completion of miscellaneous street improvements such as street signs.

Hawaiian Electric crews converting the existing overhead electrical lines to underground
MIRA crews installing street signs on Vineyard Street
Drone photo of Church Street

General Notices:
Due to the ongoing work on Vineyard Street, motorists and pedestrians should be cautious when traversing through the area. Vineyard Street between Church and High Street will be closed to thru traffic Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  

The Wailuku Parking lot is completely closed. Parking is available in various locations, as well as free shuttle service on Da Bee (includes parking at Maui Lani Safeway and Wells Park with various “flower” stops in Wailuku. For information on shuttle schedules/routes and a list of parking locations in Wailuku, please click here.