Sales of housing units are underway on the first phase of Kamakoa Nui, a landmark community and housing development which will serve the growing workforce of Hawaii's Big Island. Upon completion the 275-acre development will include 1,200 single- and multi-family homes, incorporating both rental and for-sale units. The first phase of the development features 91 single-family residences, ranging in size from 1,100 to 1,500 square feet. The architectural character of the homes and community building will maintain the Hawaiian vernacular, including spacious lanais for indoor/outdoor living, climatically appropriate materials and natural ventilation. Elements, such as neighborhood pocket parks, tree-lined sidewalks, natural multi-use trails, textured motor courts, courtyards, garden nodes and landscaped destination points, are designed to support a walkable environment for residents and guests.
Sam O. Hirota, Inc.
civil engineering planning and permitting
wastewater treatment system
electrical engineering and communications
Land surveying services included shoreline certification, a boundary study, topographic site survey, and aerial mapping.