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Wailea Ekahi Pavilion Renovation Project
Updated June 30, 2019
Our ocean-side Pavilion is a critical element of Wailea Ekahi’s charm and functionality. However, after over forty years, it was showing its age.
The Wailea Ekahi Board of Directors recognized the necessity and importance of preserving this community asset, and with of team of professionals and volunteers
conducted its due diligence and carefully formulated a plan to replace the Pavilion with a new more durable, sustainable and functional structure.
Work began April 29, 2019 and completion is anticipated in December, 2019.
The main pool and beach access will be open during the vast majority of the project, with intermittent
closures for safety reasons and to move pool equipment. Portable rest rooms and hand washing facilities are also available
in the main pool area. Families are welcome to enjoy the other three beautiful pools located around the property while staying at Wailea Ekahi.
We ask for your patience and understanding during the construction. As with any construction project, there will be minor inconveniences,
noise and dust.
For your convenience, this webpage contains updated information on the project schedule, pool closure dates and periodic progress with photographs.
Wailea Ekahi Pavilion Renovation Project Status
The schedule shown is the Contractor’s best estimate of timing associated with the various activities indicated.
The exact date when the various tasks will occur can change based on field conditions, weather and a number of factors.
June 2019 Update
Preparatory work has been completed to make way for the form work, rebar installation, inspections and the concrete
pour in the next two weeks.
Crown Construction completed the heavy demolition and removed site debris during the week of June 3 – 7. Workers began excavating and trenching for new footings.
The project continues to be on schedule.
May 2019 Update
Crown Construction has completed another week of demolition, and we anticipate one more week of heavy demolition noise.
There will still be construction noise, but not to the extent we have heard in the past few weeks.
The photos depict current site conditions as of May 30.
The Pavilion slab has been removed, footing demolition is in progress, and other masonry demolition activities occurred during the week of May 20.
Take a look at the photos below to see the progress as of May 24. You can click each image to see a full resolution version.
As of May 17, demolition of the main Pavilion structure was completed. These aerial photographs give you a bird’s eye view
of the contractor’s progress. Demolition of select areas of the slab foundation will begin May 20 and proceed for the following three weeks.
You can click each image to see a full resolution version.