Home About Projects Testimonials News Contact
 

Project Categories: Hospitality | Residential | Commercial | Medical | Educational | Government | Current Projects

 


Contractor: 

Architect:

Completion Date:

First Hawaiian Center:

Completed in December 1996 the First Hawaiian Center houses the main branch, administrative and executive offices of First Hawaiian Bank.

 The ground floor includes the main branch and the contemporary art museum. Extensive wood paneling and special unique wood materials were used throughout the lobbies and museum.

Completed in December 1996 the First Hawaiian Center houses the main branch, administrative and executive offices of First Hawaiian Bank.

The ground floor includes the main branch and the contemporary art museum. Extensive wood paneling and special unique wood materials were used throughout the lobbies and museum.

The images to the left and below show the art display panels, the wood screens, soffit paneling at the second and third floors and the teller line behind the columns

 
First Hawaiian Center - Bank lobby and Museum

The work performed included wood and hollow metal doors and frames (approximately 300 openings) 24 floors of elevator lobby paneling, basement health club millwork, bank lobby teller line casework, contemporary museum wall and ceiling paneling, including suspended wood fins (60' high above the floor), 60' high wood paneled columns, grand stair stringer paneling, curved wood railings, and floating art display panels.

 

Working closely with millwork supplier OB Williams Co. of Seattle,  we provided field dimensions and current field conditions enabling the millwork installation to be completed with a minimum number of conflicts.

 

The image at the left shows the second floor customer service areas with wood paneled walls and custom casework

First Hawaiian Center - 2nd floor work area

 

Flush paneling on the ceiling of the floating balcony in the picture to the right was field cut and edge banded to fit field conditions on site by Bruce Matson Company.

 

One floor of the typical elevator lobby paneling, right, shows one of the high-rise lobbies, coordination with stone and metal trades was a critical part of the project. 

 

Also installed were the toilet accessories, fiberglass reinforced paneling (FRP) and lavatory counter framing and supports. All material was stocked into the building by our crews and of course clean up of our debris and scrap material was included.

 

First Hawaiian Center - 28th floor lobby paneling