Kapolei Concrete Keeps Kapalama Cargo Flowing

Nicholas Drake Blog, Precast, Transportation

The flow of cargo across the Pacific Ocean to the Hawaiian Islands began more than 3000 years ago. Polynesians in wooden canoes carried plant cuttings and seeds to cultivate food, medicine, and fabric. Today the islands host cargo ships from around the world filled with goods from every industry under the sun. Honolulu Harbor on Oahu is the hub of incoming freight to the archipelago. A lifeline to the state economy, the harbor is central to a new capital improvement initiative to ensure Hawaii’s imports and exports continue to flow smoothly and efficiently. Jensen Precast recently began work on the …