Kapalama Container Terminal

Piers 41, 42, and 43 in Honolulu Harbor

FAQs

Why is the state building the Kapalama Container Terminal?

  • Eighty percent of all goods Hawaii residents consume is imported. Nearly 99 percent of those goods pass through Hawaii’s commercial harbors. Building this new state-of-the-art cargo terminal will ensure that the goods Hawaii’s families rely on can be delivered in the most efficient, cost effective manner possible through the State’s commercial harbor facilities.

When will on-site construction activities be conducted?

  • Normal construction activities will take place between 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be occasional night time work when the concrete deck is poured for the container yard. Please check back here at kctinfo.com for construction schedules and the most up-to-date information about on-site activities.

What impacts can we expect to the surrounding community?

  • During the construction of the Kapalama Container Terminal there may be intermittent increases in dust, noise and traffic depending on the activities taking place on the construction site.

What precautions are being taken to minimize impacts to the surrounding community?

  • Dust screens will be constructed to minimize impacts of airborne dust. Demolition and construction activities will be conducted during daytime hours when possible, to minimize noise impacts to the community. Traffic will be redirected to allow construction activities to occur while minimizing impacts to the surrounding community.

Where can I get more information about the Kapalama Container Terminal project and on-site activities?

  • For the most up-to-date information, please check back here at kctinfo.com or call the construction hotline at (808) 214-7195 for more information.

What company is constructing the project?

  • Kiewit Infrastructure West, Inc. is the project contractor.

How long will this project take to complete?

  • Construction will be conducted in two phases and is anticipated to be completed in four years by 2022.