Photos

A panoramic view of F-22 Alert Fighter taxiway construction sub-contractor Kiewit conducting a night paving Feb. .23 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.  During a five-hour-plus construction session the 40-ton crawler-type concrete finisher machine cast more than  360 cubic yards of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement (PCCP) for the taxiway.
Sub-contractors for Kiewit smooth the cement surface of the new F-22 Fighter Alert Facility taxiway during a night paving Feb. 23 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.  During the five-hour-plus construction session the 40-ton crawler-type concrete finisher machine cast more than  360 cubic yards of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement (PCCP) for the taxiway.
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS (Dec. 10, 2020) -- Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col.. Eric Marshall discusses construction progress with the District's Schofield Barracks Quad B Bldg. 155 renovation project team during
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS (Feb. 14, 2021) -- A view of the main entrance to the recently completed $74 million Desmond  A view of the main entrance to the recently completed $74 million Desmond T. Doss Health Clinic Phase 1 project.  Bldg. 674 was turned over to U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii by the Honolulu District project team in Nov. 2020. The clinic medical leadership expects to begin accepting patients in June 2021.
Exterior and interior renovations continue on Bldg. 155, Quad B at Schofield Barracks.  The USACE- Honolulu District project team anticipates renovation completion in Spring 2022.
Renovations to the third floor gym area of Bldg. 155 include the ceiling support, resurfacing of walls, floors, and force protection level windows.

Ala Wai FRM Feasibility Study

The Feasibility Study was an interim response to the authority provided in Section 209 of the Flood Control Act of 1962 (Public Law 87-874). The study was intended to evaluate how to reduce flood risk within the Ala Wai Watershed and recommend actions for implementation. The feasibility study investigated and evaluated solutions flood damage problems throughout the entire Ala Wai Watershed (Manoa, Palolo, and Makiki drainages, including Waikiki and surrounding areas).

Ala Wai Canal Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study

The Ala Wai Canal Project Feasibility Study was authorized under Section 209 of the Flood Control Act of 1962 (Public Law 87-874). Section 209 is a general study authority that authorizes surveys of harbors and rivers in Hawai’i “with a view to determining the advisability of improvements in the interest of navigation, flood control, hydroelectric power development, water supply, and other beneficial water uses, and related land resources.” 

The USACE was the Federal sponsor of the project; the non-Federal sponsor was the State of Hawai’i DLNR, represented by the Engineering Division. A Feasibility Cost Sharing Agreement (FCSA) was originally executed with DLNR in March 2001; the agreement was amended to address changes in scope in December 2006 and November 2012.

  • The feasibility study phase concluded with the signing of the report of the Chief of Engineers in December 2018. To see a copy of the draft report of the Chief of Engineers, click on Ala Wai Chiefs Report    

 

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Contact Information

Civil & Public Works Branch
Building 230
Fort Shafter, HI  96858-5440
(808) 835-4026
AlaWaiFloodProject@usace.army.mil