Sponsored by the Hawaii Steel Alliance and the CFSEI Technical Council of HSA
***Upcoming Jobsite Tour and Pau Hana II: Friday, March 7, 2014, 4:00 PM***
Ka Malanai in Kailua hosted by DR Horton- Schuler Division
The jobsite tour will consist of a floor-by-floor tour of the Ka Malanai project currently under construction. This project consists of six- four story condominium structures featuring reinforced concrete decks and cold-formed steel framing. Your tour will be hosted by the General Contractor DR Horton- Schuler Division, Framing Contractor Sunrise Construction and Baldridge & Associates Structural Engineers. As one of the structural engineers said while touring the last mid-rise project said, "You can attend all the technical seminars on CFS Midrise in the world, but nothing compares with seeing a real building going up."
Because this is an active job site, this tour will be limited to the first 20 registrants. If there is a large demand future tours will be made available at this or other job sites. All registrants shall wear proper PPE- hard hats, safety vests, and steel toed shoes. All registrants will be requested to sign a waiver of liability form.
Ka Malanai in Kailua
Centrally located in the heart of Kailua Town, Ka Malanai consists of six attractive four-story condominium buildings. Residents of Ka Malanai may select from more than eight floor plans, featuring one-, two- and three bedrooms, ranging from 719 to 1,811 square feet. Residents will enjoy parking on the ground floor, with three floors of living above. Access-controlled elevators to all residential levels in every building and air-conditioning in each home will provide comfort for residents and their pets. D.R. Horton- Schuler Division, America's Number 1 Homebuilder, has been building brand new homes throughout Hawaii since 1972. They are a founding member of the Hawaii Steel Alliance, and have been using CFS since the early 90s.
Immediately following the tour, attendees are invited to join us for a Pau Hana located at Whole Foods Market for great after tour conversation and networking.
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