Kapalama Container Terminal

Piers 41, 42, and 43 in Honolulu Harbor

Beginning on March 9th, 2020 the truck storage road will be moving from its current location to the below layout within the project limits.

Beginning on March 16th and running through March 27th, Kiewit will be performing nighttime sewer line work at the intersection of Auiki and Kalihi.  Makai travel lanes and sidewalks will be shut down from 6 PM to 6 AM.

Continue to check this website for updates. You can also contact us by email at KCT.Info@kiewit.com or call our Public Information number at (808) 214-7195.

About the Project

The Kapalama Container Terminal project (Piers 41, 42, and 43 in Honolulu Harbor) features an 84-acre cargo yard and 1,800 linear feet of new berthing space serving as the heart of the HMP and a critical component in addressing the severe congestion in the system’s hub. The new cargo yard will border the existing interisland cargo yard allowing approximately 50,000 truckloads per year to move directly between the facilities. This location removes these trucks from the adjacent highway and reduces congestion.

The Kapalama Container Terminal project will be constructed in two phases over a four-year period with an estimated project cost of $448 million. The completion of this project is targeted for 2022.

Project Team


To effectively improve and manage a commercial harbors system that facilitates safe and efficient operations of commercial cargo, passenger, fishing, and other commercial maritime-related services and support activities within the State of Hawaii and which serves to sustain and enhance the State’s economic prosperity and quality of life.


Kiewit is one of North America’s largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations. With roots dating back to 1884, the employee-owned organization operates through a network of subsidiaries in the United States, Canada and Australia. Kiewit offers construction and engineering services in a variety of markets including, transportation, oil, gas and chemical, power, building, water/wastewater, and mining.