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A reopening of Honolulu’s iconic spaghetti restaurant! The new location is approximately 11,000 sq. ft. at Hawai’i Pacific University’s Aloha Tower Marketplace in downtown Honolulu. The restaurant includes three dining rooms, a bar seating area, a covered outdoor patio, and a full-size commercial kitchen. Crossland Engineering provided full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems. We helped their facility achieve multiple energy efficient systems such as water-source heat pump air-conditioning, demand-controlled kitchen exhaust, and condensing gas water heaters.
A 250-foot tall condominium tower in Honolulu’s Ala Moana Transit-Oriented Development Special District. The building features 184 one- and two-bedroom residential units, three ground floor restaurants, a podium recreation deck with pool/spa and BBQ areas, and a rooftop viewing deck. Crossland Engineering is providing full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems. Energy efficient mechanical systems in our design include decentralized VRF air-conditioning at each residential unit, condensing tankless gas water heating central plant, variable speed domestic water booster pumps, and demand-controlled common kitchen, bathroom, and clothes dryer exhaust systems. We are also implementing individual sub-metering of cold water, hot water, natural gas, and electricity with automated billing for each residential unit and each ground floor restaurant to encourage all occupants of the building to use energy responsibly.
Their new headquarters at Maui Business Park in Kahului, Maui consists of a 9,000 sq. ft. office building and a 5,500 sq. ft. maintenance building with a parking lot and vehicle base yard also on site. The office building includes a large open office space, executive offices, conference rooms, a gym with locker room and shower, break room, commercial kitchen, and a tour serving area with reception and retail. The maintenance building contains a full-size vehicle wash bay, 3 full-size vehicle service bays, a large bicycle storage bay, and a maintenance office. The project is pursuing LEED v4 certification through USGBC with the help of Crossland Engineering’s energy modeling services that incorporate our energy-efficient VRF air-conditioning system design, a dedicated outdoor air system, mixed-mode ventilation capabilities, water-saving plumbing fixtures, and a solar hot water heating system.
The new student residences at Hawai’i Pacific University’s Aloha Tower Marketplace are located on the third floor and are comprised of double-, triple-, and quad-occupancy bedrooms with a central lounge/study area and shared bathroom/shower facilities. The student residences are 5,200 sq. ft. each, located in two adjacent buildings that overlook the front of the property. Crossland Engineering provided full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems to remodel the existing administration spaces into a new college dormitory.
Hawai’i Pacific University’s new on-campus waterfront dining facility features indoor and outdoor seating as well as a private dining room. Including the full-size commercial kitchen, the new space is 6,800 sq. ft. and is architecturally modeled after an open marketplace. Crossland Engineering provided full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems. We achieved multiple energy efficient strategies such as water-source heat pump air-conditioning, demand-controlled kitchen exhaust, and condensing gas water heaters.
A 37-story condominium tower built in 1975 that is located in the Eaton Square shopping center in the Waikiki district of Honolulu. The building consists of commercial office spaces on floors 1-5 with an adjacent parking garage, and 428 one- and two-bedroom residential units in the residential tower with a rooftop recreation deck including a pool and BBQ areas. Crossland Engineering has utilized digital data logging equipment and provided multiple existing condition assessment reports, leading to the design and modernization of their hot water recirculation system, domestic water booster pump system, and chilled water air-conditioning system. We have also provided project management services for the AOAO to ensure smooth delivery of the construction.
This unique 40-story, 400-foot tall mixed-use tower located in Honolulu’s Ala Moana Transit-Oriented Development neighborhood includes 216 residential condominiums and 175 hotel rooms with multiple restaurants and retail spaces at the ground level. The building also offers a generous 8th-floor recreation deck above the parking garage that includes a swimming pool, a restaurant and pool bar, multi-purpose and banquet rooms, a gym, and a large central courtyard with multi-level hotel atrium above. We are eager to incorporate a variety of energy-efficient and sustainable strategies as the Mechanical Engineering consultant for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection design of this exciting project.
We provided a custom air-conditioning and dedicated dehumidification design to support the second-floor bedroom suite renovation of this single-family residence located on the waterfront in the Portlock neighborhood near Hawaii Kai. The new bedroom suite in the makai wing of the home consists of a bedroom, toilet room, shower room, walk-in closet, and home office. Our drawings were closely coordinated with the Owner, Architect, and Contractor to ensure aesthetically pleasing design concepts and implementation solutions for the new HVAC systems.