The sunset view from Koko Head towards Hanauma Bay and Honolulu illuminates the essence of our island homes and our professional world – the built and natural environments where land and ocean meet.

The sunset view from Koko Head towards Hanauma Bay and Honolulu illuminates the essence of our island homes and our professional world – the built and natural environments where land and ocean meet.

The sunset view from Koko Head towards Hanauma Bay and Honolulu illuminates the essence of our island homes and our professional world – the built and natural environments where land and ocean meet.

SSFM International is a professional consulting firm providing planning,
project management, construction management, civil engineering,
structural engineering, traffic engineering, and strategic services.

SSFM International is a professional consulting firm providing planning, project management, construction management, civil engineering, structural engineering, traffic engineering, and strategic services.

Island Experts

Island Experts

Our practice on the Islands spans over half a century.
We know the islands. We know the people, the places, the customs,
the cultures, and the challenges of bringing projects to life here.
We are Island Experts.

Our practice on the Islands spans over half a century. We know the islands. We know the people, the places, the customs, the cultures, and the challenges of bringing projects to life here.
We are Island Experts.

Services

Our purpose is to find ways for our clients to succeed.
We manage complex projects from concept and planning, through design and construction,
navigating procedural and logistical hurdles to realize highly effective conclusions.

Services

Our Services

Our purpose is to find ways for our clients to succeed. We manage complex projects from concept and planning, through design and construction, navigating procedural and logistical hurdles to realize highly effective conclusions.

Markets

As one of Hawaii’s most diverse and comprehensive professional planning and design practices,
our portfolio includes a variety of project types in multiple markets.

Markets

Markets

As one of Hawaii’s most diverse and comprehensive professional planning and design practices, our portfolio includes a variety of project types in multiple markets.

SSFM News

SSFM News

Design for the Community

Connecting to our communities is a fundamental commitment of everyone at SSFM. Our people chose to engage in many ways. Lulu Chun, a planner in our Strategic Services Group, recently had the opportunity to give back to her alma mater, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Hawaii. Alumni of the Department now have a newly formed chapter of the UH Alumni Association, the DURP Ohana.

Along with her credentials as a planner, landscape architect and urban planner, Lulu has a keen interest in graphic design. Lulu volunteered to design the Chapter’s new identity. “The Hawaiian Islands are unlike any environment on the planet and the logo needed to explicitly say Hawaii,” says Lulu. She chose the taro leaf as the focal visual.

April 2018

More / Less

The Taro’s Story

Taro is a staple of the Native Hawaiian diet and at the core of the Hawaiian culture. It is one of the best known, important, and reliable plants in all of Polynesia. Hawaiians take a deep pride in its profound history and consider it sacred. Various names for parts of the taro plant indicate its interwoven history with the Hawaiian people: the place where the stem meets the leaf is called the piko, or navel. The stem is the ha, the breath, and the cluster of shoots (or keiki, meaning children) that surround the mother plant are called an ohana, or family. The imagery of the taro’s broad and beautiful heart shaped leaf was a perfect visual metaphor for the Chapter’s identity.

For Lulu, the taro leaf was the embodiment of Hawaii’s sense of place. The orientation and color patterns of her taro leaf represents the unique system of environments Hawaii planners work in: ranging from mauka open space and agricultural lands, to developed urban areas, to expanses of coastline. Her logo embodies the complex and diverse situations planners must be prepared for in Hawaii. Lulu sculpted the shape of the leaf’s top edge to reflect the Island’s mountain ranges.

Lulu was welcomed as an intern at SSFM while pursuing her Master’s and joined the firm upon her graduation. As part of the Strategic Services Group, Lulu is engaged in Honolulu’s Complete Streets programs, utilizing her design skills to create easy-to-understand mobility plans.

Design for the Community

Connecting to our communities is a fundamental commitment of everyone at SSFM. Our people chose to engage in many ways. Lulu Chun, a planner in our Strategic Services Group, recently had the opportunity to give back to her alma mater, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Hawaii. Alumni of the Department now have a newly formed chapter of the UH Alumni Association, the DURP Ohana.

Along with her credentials as a planner, landscape architect and urban planner, Lulu has a keen interest in graphic design. Lulu volunteered to design the Chapter’s new identity. “The Hawaiian Islands are unlike any environment on the planet and the logo needed to explicitly say Hawaii,” says Lulu. She chose the taro leaf as the focal visual.

April 2018

More / Less

The Taro’s Story

Taro is a staple of the Native Hawaiian diet and at the core of the Hawaiian culture. It is one of the best known, important, and reliable plants in all of Polynesia. Hawaiians take a deep pride in its profound history and consider it sacred. Various names for parts of the taro plant indicate its interwoven history with the Hawaiian people: the place where the stem meets the leaf is called the piko, or navel. The stem is the ha, the breath, and the cluster of shoots (or keiki, meaning children) that surround the mother plant are called an ohana, or family. The imagery of the taro’s broad and beautiful heart shaped leaf was a perfect visual metaphor for the Chapter’s identity.

For Lulu, the taro leaf was the embodiment of Hawaii’s sense of place. The orientation and color patterns of her taro leaf represents the unique system of environments Hawaii planners work in: ranging from mauka open space and agricultural lands, to developed urban areas, to expanses of coastline. Her logo embodies the complex and diverse situations planners must be prepared for in Hawaii. Lulu sculpted the shape of the leaf’s top edge to reflect the Island’s mountain ranges.

Lulu was welcomed as an intern at SSFM while pursuing her Master’s and joined the firm upon her graduation. As part of the Strategic Services Group, Lulu is engaged in Honolulu’s Complete Streets programs, utilizing her design skills to create easy-to-understand mobility plans.

Where We Work

Where We Work

To best serve our clients we are committed to each island.
With offices on Maui, Kauai, Oahu and the Big Island, our people are part of the community.
They are connected to the local issues, constraints, customs and opportunities.
They are invested in making their home island a better place.

To best serve our clients we are committed to each island. With offices on Maui, Kauai, Oahu and the Big Island, our people are part of the community. They are connected to the local issues, constraints, customs and opportunities. They are invested in making their home island a better place.

Honolulu
Michael P. Matsumoto,
P.E., FACEC

President/CEO

Kauai

Maui
Eric Matsuda, P.E, LPLS

Vice Pres., Maui, Sr. Associate, Sr. Project Mgr., Civil Engineer

Hilo
Austen Drake, P.E., LEED AP

Deputy Manager, Hilo Branch Office

Guam
Rizaldy Cortez
General Mgr,, Guam Office, Sr. Civil Engineer, Construction Mgr.

Manila

Okinawa
Stacey D.K. Miyamoto, PMP
Principal, Senior Project Manager, Small Business Compliance Officer

Our Core Values

Our Core Values

Five decades of continuous practice has solidified the foundation of our firm
and established the core values that govern our professional and personal behavior.
Our values drive how we treat our clients, our communities and above all, each other.
Paramount to our continuing success is the power of our relationships.

Five decades of continuous practice has solidified the foundation of our firm and established the core values that govern our professional and personal behavior. Our values drive how we treat our clients, our communities and above all, each other. Paramount to our continuing success is the power of our relationships.

Our People

We are a practice of almost 200 professionals.
Our people are part of the community where they live.
Hiring locally means projects always go better with great advantages
that are much appreciated by clients.

Michael P. Matsumoto

President/
CEO

Hugh Y. Ono

Vice President,
Island of Hawaii

Rizaldy B. Cortez

Guam General Manager
RME Guam Operations

Myron G. Okubo

Senior Structural Engineer
Manager, Structural Engineering Group

Paul M. Chung

Deputy Mgr, Construction Mgt. Group,
Construction Manager

Cheryl Soon

Transportation Practice Leader
Strategic Services Group

Eric M. Matsuda

Vice President-Maui, Senior Associate
Senior Project Manager, Civil Engineer

Galen T. Gokan

Deputy General Manager, Kauai,
Senior Project Engineer

Jared K. Chang

Manager, Strategic Services Group
Senior Planner, Associate

Steve M. Kyono , P.E.

Vice President
Kauai, General Manager

Stacey D.K. Miyamoto, PMP

Senior Principal, Mgr., Project Mgr.,
Small Business Compliance Officer

Austen Drake

General Manager, Hawaii Island
Associate

Lee T. Takushi

Vice President
Senior Structural Engineer

Dean Uchida

Senior Project Manager,
Strategic Services Group

Jo-Anna Ku’ualoha Herkes

Vice President, Gov. Contacts,
Bus. Dev. Leader, Is. of Hawaii

Carlos H. Salas

Pacific Region
Manager

Corey M. Matsuoka

Manager, Engineering Group
Executive Vice President

Ranelle K. Ho, C.G.A., CCM

Manager Construction Management,
Principal

Our People

We are a practice of almost 200 professionals. Our people are part of the community where they live. Hiring locally means projects always go better with great advantages that are much appreciated by clients.

 

Michael P. Matsumoto

President/
CEO

Cheryl Soon

Transportation Practice Leader
Strategic Services Group

Stacey D.K Miyamoto, PMP

Senior Principal, Mgr., Project Mgr.,
Small Business Compliance Officer

Jo-Anna Ku’ualoha Herkes

Vice President, Gov. Contacts,
Bus. Dev. Leader, Is. of Hawaii

Hugh Y. Ono

Vice President,
Island of Hawaii

Eric M. Matsuda

Vice President-Maui, Senior Associate
Senior Project Manager, Civil Engineer

Austen Drake

General Manager, Hawaii Island
Associate

Carlos H. Salas

Pacific Region
Manager

Rizaldy B. Cortez

Guam General Manager
RME Guam Operations

Galen T. Gokan

Deputy General Manager, Kauai,
Senior Project Engineer

Lee T. Takushi

Vice President
Senior Structural Engineer

Corey M. Matsuoka

Manager, Engineering Group
Executive Vice President

Myron G. Okubo

Senior Structural Engineer
Manager, Structural Engineering Group

Jared K. Chang

Manager, Strategic Services Group
Senior Planner, Associate

Dean Uchida

Senior Project Manager,
Strategic Services Group

Ranelle K. Ho, C.G.A., CCM

Manager Construction Management,
Principal

Paul M. Chung

Deputy Mgr, Construction Mgt. Group,
Construction Manager

Steve M. Kyono , P.E.

Vice President
Kauai, General Manager

Michael P. Matsumoto

President/
CEO

Stacey D.K. Miyamoto, PMP

Senior Principal, Mgr., Project Mgr.,
Small Business Compliance Officer

Hugh Y. Ono

Vice President,
Island of Hawaii

Austen Drake

General Manager, Hawaii Island
Associate

Rizaldy B. Cortez

Guam General Manager
RME Guam Operations

Cheryl Soon

Transportation Practice Leader
Strategic Services Group

Jo-Anna Ku’ualoha Herkes

Vice President, Gov. Contacts,
Bus. Dev. Leader, Is. of Hawaii

Eric M. Matsuda

Vice President-Maui, Senior Associate
Senior Project Manager, Civil Engineer

Carlos H. Salas

Pacific Region
Manager

Galen T. Gokan

Deputy General Manager, Kauai,
Senior Project Engineer

Lee T. Takushi

Vice President
Senior Structural Engineer

Myron G. Okubo

Senior Structural Engineer
Manager, Structural Engineering Group

Dean Uchida

Senior Project Manager,
Strategic Services Group

Paul M. Chung

Deputy Mgr, Construction Mgt. Group,
Construction Manager

Corey M. Matsuoka

Manager, Engineering Group
Executive Vice President

Jared K. Chang

Manager, Strategic Services Group
Senior Planner, Associate

Ranelle K. Ho, C.G.A., CCM

Manager Construction Management,
Principal

Steve M. Kyono , P.E.

Vice President
Kauai, General Manager

Our History

Our History

In 1959, in the same month and year
Hawaii became the nation’s 50th state, Don Shimazu and Roy Shimabukuro
founded the structural engineering practice that is now SSFM international.

In 1959, in the same month and year Hawaii became the nation’s 50th state, Don Shimazu and Roy Shimabukuro founded the structural engineering practice that is now SSFM international.

Our Clients

Our Clients

National, state and local government agencies, allied professionals,
developers, owners, and other real estate, facility and property managers,
comprise our roster of valued clients.

National, state and local government agencies, allied professionals, developers, owners, and other real estate, facility and property managers, comprise our roster of valued clients.

  • AECOM
  • Aina Nui Corporation
  • Aloha Council – Boy Scouts of America
  • AWA & Associates LLC
  • City and County of Honolulu
  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
  • Commonwealth Ports Authority
  • Control Point Surveying

“SSFM understands our culture and there is good talking communication between their staff and ours. They are good listeners.”


  • County of Hawaii
  • County of Kauai
  • County of Maui
  • D.R.Horton
  • Department of Land and Natural Resources – State of Hawaii
  • Design Partners Incorporated

“They know what it’s like to be in our shoes. They interact well with the state. They have governmental experience and they have a good understanding of what the process is. SSFM people ask questions. That’s good.”


  • Earthworks Pacific Inc.
  • Energy Industries
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Goodfellow Brothers
  • Government of Guam – Department of Public Works
  • Guam Economic Development Authority
  • Guam Waterworks Authority
  • Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program
  • Guam International Airport Authority

“They are easy to work with, they are responsive, and they do what we want so long as it is consistent with their professionalism.”


  • Hawaii Community Development Authority
  • Hawaii Electric Light Company
  • Hawaii Health Systems Corporation
  • Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corporation
  • Hawaii Loa Ridge Owners Association
  • Hunt Companies
  • Hawaiian Electric Company
  • INK Architects
  • Insynergy Engineering
  • Kajioka Yamachi Architects
  • Kauai Philippine Culture Center
  • Kauai Veterans Express
  • Kiewit Building Group
  • Maui Memorial Medical Center

“They are very client oriented, throughout the entire firm. They have a formal company policy on how they treat their clients. They emphasize and practice it.”


  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • National Park Service
  • Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority

“They are very knowledgeable. A lot of their staff members were hired from public agencies so they understand the bureau and its goals.”


  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command
  • Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Ocean Institute Center for Applied Aquaculture
  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs
  • PAC Electric Co.
  • Port Authority of Guam

“When there is a problem, they react instantly. They make an inordinate effort, even if it takes extra time.”


  • RMA Architects Inc.
  • Richard Management & Associate Architect
  • SGE Design & Engineering Services
  • Stanford Carr Development, LLC
  • State of Hawaii Department of Agriculture
  • State of Hawaii – Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Accounting and General Services
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands

“Everybody is always responsive. We might not like the answer, but we always get an answer to our questions.”


  • State of Hawaii, Department of Education
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation
  • State of Hawaii Public Safety Department
  • The Queen’s Medical Center
  • U.S.Navy, NAVFAC Pacific
  • University of Hawaii
  • The Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii
  • U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Marianas

“Their strongest suit is understanding the demands placed on us, knowing we are a 24/7 operation. They know we have to follow state procurement requirements and understand the paperwork that goes with that.”

 


  • University of Hawaii-Office of Capital Improvements
  • Urban Works
  • US Air Force
  • US Department of Interior – Office of Insular Affairs
  • US Department of Agriculture – Forest Service
  • USA Department of Transportation
  • USDOT-Federal Highway Administration
  • YFH Architects
  • AECOM
  • Aina Nui Corporation
  • Aloha Council – Boy Scouts of America
  • AWA & Associates LLC
  • City and County of Honolulu
  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
  • Commonwealth Ports Authority
  • Control Point Surveying

“SSFM understands our culture and there is good talking communication between their staff and ours. They are good listeners.”


  • County of Hawaii
  • County of Kauai
  • County of Maui
  • D.R.Horton
  • Department of Land and Natural Resources – State of Hawaii
  • Design Partners Incorporated

“They know what it’s like to be in our shoes. They interact well with the state. They have governmental experience and they have a good understanding of what the process is.
SSFM people ask questions. That’s good.”


  • Earthworks Pacific Inc.
  • Energy Industries
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Goodfellow Brothers
  • Government of Guam – Department of Public Works
  • Guam Economic Development Authority
  • Guam Waterworks Authority
  • Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program
  • Guam International Airport Authority

“They are easy to work with, they are responsive, and they do what we want so long as it is consistent with their professionalism.”


  • Hawaii Community Development Authority
  • Hawaii Electric Light Company
  • Hawaii Health Systems Corporation
  • Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corporation
  • Hawaii Loa Ridge Owners Association
  • Hunt Companies
  • Hawaiian Electric Company
  • INK Architects
  • Insynergy Engineering
  • Kajioka Yamachi Architects
  • Kauai Philippine Culture Center
  • Kauai Veterans Express
  • Kiewit Building Group
  • Maui Memorial Medical Center

“They are very client oriented, throughout the entire firm. They have a formal company policy on how they treat their clients. They emphasize and practice it.”


  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • National Park Service
  • Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority

“They are very knowledgeable. A lot of their staff members were hired from public agencies so they understand the bureau and its goals.”


  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command
  • Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Ocean Institute Center for Applied Aquaculture
  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs
  • PAC Electric Co.
  • Port Authority of Guam

“When there is a problem, they react instantly. They make an inordinate effort, even if it takes extra time.”


  • RMA Architects Inc.
  • Richard Management & Associate Architect
  • SGE Design & Engineering Services
  • Stanford Carr Development, LLC
  • State of Hawaii Department of Agriculture
  • State of Hawaii – Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Accounting and General Services
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands

“Everybody is always responsive. We might not like the answer, but we always get an answer to our questions.”


  • State of Hawaii, Department of Education
  • State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation
  • State of Hawaii Public Safety Department
  • The Queen’s Medical Center
  • U.S.Navy, NAVFAC Pacific
  • University of Hawaii
  • The Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii
  • U.S. Navy, NAVFAC Marianas

“Their strongest suit is understanding the demands placed on us, knowing we are a 24/7 operation. They know we have to follow state procurement requirements and understand the paperwork that goes with that.”


  • University of Hawaii-Office of Capital Improvements
  • Urban Works
  • US Air Force
  • US Department of Interior – Office of Insular Affairs
  • US Department of Agriculture – Forest Service
  • USA Department of Transportation
  • USDOT-Federal Highway Administration
  • YFH Architects

Recognition

Recognition

We derive our greatest satisfaction, and proof of our professional success, from affirmation by our clients that we have solved their problems. We are gratified when our efforts are recognized by peer and client organizations. Through the years, SSFM has consistently received awards of excellence from the organizations and associations that represent the engineering profession.

We derive our greatest satisfaction, and proof of our professional success,
from affirmation by our clients that we have solved their problems.

We are gratified when our efforts are recognized by peer and client organizations.
Through the years, SSFM has consistently received awards of excellence
from the organizationsand associations that represent the engineering profession.

Honolulu Complete Streets Designs Manual
• Transportation Planning Award
Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association

SSFM International Inc.
• 2015 Engineering Firm of the Year
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, Hawaii Chapter

Emergency Relocation of Keonepoko Elementary School
• Merit Award in the Public Works Category
Building Industry Association of Hawaii

Crater Rim Drive, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
• Honor Award for Engineering Excellence
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Evaluation and Update of Hawaii 2006
Ocean Resources Management Plan

• Outstanding Planning Project
American Planning Association, Hawaii Chapter

Asian Tropical Forest Elephant Exhibit, Honolulu Zoo
• Engineering Excellence Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Market Street Improvements, Phase II
• Project of the Year
Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers, Maui Chapter

Submarine Drive-In Magnetic Silencing Facility, Pearl Harbor
• Professionalism and technical excellence
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific
• National Engineering Excellence Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies
• Outstanding Civil Engineering Award in the Building//br>
Structural Systems Project Category.

American Society of Civil Engineers, Hawaii Section
• Grand Conceptor Engineering Award
American Council of Engineering Companies, Hawaii
• Engineering Excellence Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies, California

Interstate Route H-3
• Globe Award for Environmental Excellence
American Road and Transportation Builders Association

Pearl Harbor Interchange, Interstate H-1
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Honolulu International Airport Main Terminal Additions/Modifications
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

SSFM Honolulu Office
• LEED Gold Certification
Environmental Leadership Award, Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

University of Hawaii at Hilo
Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke’elikolani, College of Hawaiian Language Building
• Honor Award
American Institute of Architects Local Chapter

Hawaii Water Systems Statewide Dam Break Analysis
• Award of Excellence
US Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District

Context Sensitive Solutions Process Keaau-Pahoa Road Improvement
• Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies Local Chapter

Hawaii State Department of Education
Facilities Project Management and Tracking Database System
• Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Hickam Air Force Base Support Utilities & Parking Lot, Phase 1 & 2
• Award of Excellence
US Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District

Sewer Outfall Extension at Fort Kamehameha
• National NAVFAC Design Award: Merit Award for Engineering
Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
National Public Works
• Project of the Year (Environmental Project Over $10 Million)
American Public Works Association
• Public Works Project of the Year (Environment Project Category)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter
• Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award
American Society of Civil Engineers, Hawaii Chapter

Benchmarking U.S. Insular Areas in the Pacific for the
Department of Interior and Ten Pacific Island Governments
• Excellence Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Oceanic Institute Information Technology and Training Facility
• Institutional & Judges Grand Award
Associated Builders and Contractors, Hawaii Chapter

Manana Property Development Kuala Street and Phase IV Roads Project
• Transportation Project of the Year – More Than $10 Million)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter

Manana Bus Maintenance Facility Project
• Project of the Year (Structures, More Than $10 Million)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter

Pedestrian Accessibility Route Improvements
• Accessible Design Awards, Award of Merit for Public Design
Disability and Communication Access Board

Queen’s Medical Center Emergency Department Relocation
• Renovation of the Year Award
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties

Trellis Towers Condominium
• Engineering Excellence Honor Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii
• Best Buildable Design Award
Singapore Building and Construction Authority

Sheraton Maui Hotel
• Achievement Award for Engineering Excellence
Hawaiian Cement’s Concrete Po’o Po’o Bridge Replacement
• Letter of Commendation
County of Maui

University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
• Engineering Excellence Using Concrete & Concrete Products

Kapiolani Medical Center at Pali Parking Structure Addition
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Aircraft Apron and FY96 BRAC
• Certificate of Appreciation
Department of the Navy, Pacific Division
• Honor Award for Engineering Excellence
American Council of Engineering Companies

Kings Shops Waikoloa
• Best Retail Merit Award
National Commercial Builders Council

Pali Momi Medical Center Underpinning and Deep Excavation Construction
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Skilled Nursing Facility and Reference Lab
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Interstate H-1 Keehi Interchange Teflon Column Hinges
• Grand Conceptor Award (highest award)
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Honolulu Complete Streets Designs Manual
• Transportation Planning Award
Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association

SSFM International Inc.
• 2015 Engineering Firm of the Year
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, Hawaii Chapter

Emergency Relocation of Keonepoko Elementary School
• Merit Award in the Public Works Category
Building Industry Association of Hawaii

Crater Rim Drive, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
• Honor Award for Engineering Excellence
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Evaluation and Update of Hawaii 2006
Ocean Resources Management Plan

• Outstanding Planning Project
American Planning Association, Hawaii Chapter

Asian Tropical Forest Elephant Exhibit, Honolulu Zoo
• Engineering Excellence Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Market Street Improvements, Phase II
• Project of the Year
Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers, Maui Chapter

Submarine Drive-In Magnetic Silencing Facility, Pearl Harbor
• Professionalism and technical excellence
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific
• National Engineering Excellence Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies
• Outstanding Civil Engineering Award in the Building//br>
Structural Systems Project Category.

American Society of Civil Engineers, Hawaii Section
• Grand Conceptor Engineering Award
American Council of Engineering Companies, Hawaii
• Engineering Excellence Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies, California

Interstate Route H-3
• Globe Award for Environmental Excellence
American Road and Transportation Builders Association

Pearl Harbor Interchange, Interstate H-1
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Honolulu International Airport Main Terminal Additions/Modifications
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

SSFM Honolulu Office
• LEED Gold Certification
Environmental Leadership Award, Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

University of Hawaii at Hilo
Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke’elikolani, College of Hawaiian Language Building
• Honor Award
American Institute of Architects Local Chapter

Hawaii Water Systems Statewide Dam Break Analysis
• Award of Excellence
US Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District

Context Sensitive Solutions Process Keaau-Pahoa Road Improvement
• Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies Local Chapter

Hawaii State Department of Education
Facilities Project Management and Tracking Database System
• Honor Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Hickam Air Force Base Support Utilities & Parking Lot, Phase 1 & 2
• Award of Excellence
US Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District

Sewer Outfall Extension at Fort Kamehameha
• National NAVFAC Design Award: Merit Award for Engineering
Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
National Public Works
• Project of the Year (Environmental Project Over $10 Million)
American Public Works Association
• Public Works Project of the Year (Environment Project Category)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter
• Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award
American Society of Civil Engineers, Hawaii Chapter

Benchmarking U.S. Insular Areas in the Pacific for the
Department of Interior and Ten Pacific Island Governments
• Excellence Award
American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii

Oceanic Institute Information Technology and Training Facility
• Institutional & Judges Grand Award
Associated Builders and Contractors, Hawaii Chapter

Manana Property Development Kuala Street and Phase IV Roads Project
• Transportation Project of the Year – More Than $10 Million)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter

Manana Bus Maintenance Facility Project
• Project of the Year (Structures, More Than $10 Million)
American Public Works Association, Hawaii Chapter

Pedestrian Accessibility Route Improvements
• Accessible Design Awards, Award of Merit for Public Design
Disability and Communication Access Board

Queen’s Medical Center Emergency Department Relocation
• Renovation of the Year Award
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties

Trellis Towers Condominium
• Engineering Excellence Honor Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii
• Best Buildable Design Award
Singapore Building and Construction Authority

Sheraton Maui Hotel
• Achievement Award for Engineering Excellence
Hawaiian Cement’s Concrete Po’o Po’o Bridge Replacement
• Letter of Commendation
County of Maui

University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
• Engineering Excellence Using Concrete & Concrete Products

Kapiolani Medical Center at Pali Parking Structure Addition
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Aircraft Apron and FY96 BRAC
• Certificate of Appreciation
Department of the Navy, Pacific Division
• Honor Award for Engineering Excellence
American Council of Engineering Companies

Kings Shops Waikoloa
• Best Retail Merit Award
National Commercial Builders Council

Pali Momi Medical Center Underpinning and Deep Excavation Construction
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Skilled Nursing Facility and Reference Lab
• Engineering Excellence Award
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

Interstate H-1 Keehi Interchange Teflon Column Hinges
• Grand Conceptor Award (highest award)
Consulting Engineers Council of Hawaii

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