This week’s construction update

Wailuku Parking Structure:
The Hawaiian Dredging crews poured the last major concrete foundation for the parking structure this week. The Maui Kupono crews also continued with the preparatory work for the third and fourth sections of the parking structure ground floor concrete slab this week.

Hawaiian Dredging and IG Steel crews installing stair to parking structure
Hawaiian Dredging crews pour concrete foundations
Maui Kupono crews installing aggregate basecourse for ground floor concrete slab
Maui Kupono crews demolishing existing concrete walkway from Main Street

Vineyard Street Improvements:
The MIRA and Wasa Electric crews continued with the installation of the underground electrical and communication infrastructure work this week. The MIRA crews also began work on the new concrete curb and gutters this week.

MIRA crews pouring new concrete curbs
MIRA crews excavating trench for new electrical and communication ductlines
Wasa Electric crews installing electrical and communication ductlines
MIRA and Wasa Electric crews installing streetlight pole base

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.