By Janis L. Magin Real Estate Editor, Pacific Business News
September 6, 2019, 8:46pm EDT
The public-private team behind the project to redevelop Hawaii’s state-owned Aloha Stadium
into a mixed-use sports and entertainment complex launched a new website this week.
Crawford Architects, the project’s master planning and environmental review consultant, is
working with the state Department of Accounting and General Services’ Public Works Division
to replace the aging stadium, home to University of Hawaii football, high school football and
other sporting and entertainment events.
Crawford is currently preparing an environmental impact statement on the project, and expects to have the EIS completed by next summer. The state Legislature appropriated $10 million for the planning and EIS portion of the project two years ago. In July, Gov. David Ige signed into law a bill appropriating $350 million for construction of the stadium project.
The new website, nased.hawaii.gov, is part of the public outreach and consultation component of the process, according to frequently-asked questions Crawford compiled for the website.
Other companies working with Crawford include: WT Partnership – P3 Transaction Advisors;
AHL, formerly known as Architects Hawaii Ltd.; Wilson Okamoto; Honua Consulting; Aecos Inc.;
Y. Ebisu & Associates; Cultural Surveys Hawaii; Control Point; Geolabs Inc.; Victus; and
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