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Project Spotlights

Project: Lana'i at Manele Bay Four Seasons Resort
Lanai City, HI
Contractor: Hensel Phelps

60,000 sq. ft. of Maxxon MVP topped with 1/2" of Dura-Cap

The renovation at Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay was more than just an aesthetic upgrade.  To ensure a quality floor for years to come, a surface applied moisture barrier was necessary.  Maxxon MVP was applied prior to the underlayment application of Dura-Cap poured at a depth of 1/2”.  



Project: Nauru Tower Suite 4301
Honolulu, HI
Contractor: Brett Hill Inc.
Scope: Level concrete floor of apartment shell before the layout of the interior walls to provide a smooth, flat surface for floor goods installations.  Nauru Tower was a nine year old building, containing "high-end" condos.  The floor coverings used in this building were usually marble, wood flooring, mosaic tiles, and quality carpets.  Unit 4301 was 0-3 inches out of level from the high point to the lowest point.  Grade pins were cut to height using a laser level and set in a grid pattern.  The Dura-Cap and bagged sand were loaded onto carts and brought up the elevator.  The floor was poured in 2 sections, half on the first day and half on the next.  This was done so that all mixing and pumping could be done in the apartment and not in the hallways.


Project: US Army Health Clinic
Wahiawa, HI
Owner: US Army
Contractor: Pioneer Contracting Co., Ltd
Scope: To give the Schofield Barracks a second life as a health clinic, the existing floors were leveled and every lanai (Hawaiian veranda or terrace) was enclosed to create more space.  Originally, the lanais had been sloped to allow for rain drainage.  8,700 sq. ft. of Level-Right® PLUS was poured to level out the slope, and to provide a smooth, hard surface throughout the building for finished floor goods.  Since the slope was up to 4" out of level, washed stone was used as pre-fill in the deep areas.


Project: Airport Industrial Park
Honolulu, HI
Contractor: AIPA Properties
Scope: The airport industrial space was made up of three and four story warehouse buildings.  The floors are made of pre-cast planks that are 10 feet by 40 feet and were not flat or smooth enough to receive floor coverings. In order to convert the space into offices, the floors were topped with a 1" average of Dura-Cap.


Project: Pearl City Peninsula
US Navy Housing Renovation
Pearl City, HI
Contractor: Actus/Sundt
Scope: Provide Dura-Cap topping over existing concrete and plywood sub floors. Dura-Cap was poured at 39mm on concrete and 19mm over wood floors, both over old VAT.


Project: Kalama Heights Assisted Living Units
Kihei, HI
Contractor: Colson & Colson
Architect: Curry Brandaw Architects
Scope: 64,000 sq. ft. of Gyp-Crete 2000 poured at a depth of 1". Gyp-Crete 2000 was chosen as part of the floor / ceiling assembly for the Kalama Heights Assisted Living Units for its superior strength, fast drying and speed of installation.


Project: Wailea Fairway
Contractor: Albert C Kobayashi Inc.
Architect: Design Partners Inc.
Scope: 102,000 sq. ft. poured in 24 buildings at an average of 3/4". These deluxe condominiums overlook the Pacific Ocean.  Gyp-Crete 2000 was specified for the carpeted areas Dura-Cap was poured in the resilient floor areas to give an even harder, faster drying floor underlayment for expensive floor goods.