26th Anniversary Edition
26TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
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ALOHA! We are excited to continue our annual tradition of producing this Resource Guide, now in its 26th year. The information enclosed will be help- ful for your next steel framing, metal building, or metal roofing project. Steel framing remains the durable, resilient, and preferred material of choice for a clear majority of homes built in Hawaii. Currently, the State’s two largest subdivisions, Ho’opili and Koa Ridge, are being framed in cold- formed steel, as well as many others scattered throughout the islands. The advantages of steel, such as being non-combustible, termite-proof, and energy-efficient, have all contributed to the continued growth in steel construc- tion over the past three decades. Hawaii is the world leader in the percentage of homes being framed in steel, and we are proud of our members, many of whom have been with us since our founding in 1997. Our members are true pioneers in the steel framing and metal roofing industries, and we encourage you to do business with them.
Use this Resource Guide as a valu- able reference when sourcing your next project. We extend our appreciation to our advertisers and supporters who continue to contribute to make this publication available to you. We would like to thank our fellow Board Members, past and present, who have volunteered their time and efforts to ensure that the Hawaii Steel Alliance and the growth of steel construction continue in the years to come. Please feel free to contact the Hawaii Steel Alliance at info@ hawaiisteel.com with any questions you may have regarding steel fram- ing, as we continue to be the go-to resource.
Mahalo nui loa, Jason Thon Jason Thon 2023/2024 President Unlimited Construction
PRESIDENT Wayne Lincoln Mike Fernandez Robert Lazo Doug Pearson Ralph Valentino Sam Galante Craig Baldwin Art Linn Adam Sutton Akira Usami Bobbie Kane Scott Underwood
1997-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2013 2013-2015 2015-2017 2017-2019 2019-2021 2021-2023
Tim Waite Keith Oda
Colleen Mizuno Bruce Place Deborah Kim-Ito
Alan Labbe Patrick Gill
Past Presidents: Alan Labbe, Deborah Kim-Ito, Colleen Mizuno, Tim Waite, Akira Usami, Bobbie Kane, Doug Pearson and Ralph Valentino
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PRESIDENT Jason Thon, Unlimited Construction VICE PRESIDENT Emet Domingo, Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii SECRETARY Tabbi Cleveland, M. Shiroma Construction TREASURER Tim Waite, Simpson Strong-Tie IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Patrick Gill, Gill Development DIRECTORS: Joel Ballesteros, M2K Eric Bass, DR Horton Hawaii Andrea Benitez, Group Builders Chuck Chamberlain, Haseko Development Scott Coulter, Coulter Construction Deborah Kim-Ito, J&B Building Materials Alan Labbe, DR Horton Hawaii George Proctor, HPM Building Supply Jon Rapisura, Coastal Construction Scott Tajima, FBM Sales Akira Usami, CEMCO
2023–2024 Board of Directors: Tim Waite, Jason Thon, Scott Coulter, Pat Gill, Jon Rapisura, Emet Domingo Jr., George Proctor, Alan Labbe, Tabbi Cleveland, Andrea Benitez and Joel Ballesteros.
The Hawaii Steel Alliance (HSA) was established in May 1997 to encourage and promote the widespread, practical and economic use of cold-formed steel framing and metal roofing for residential and commercial construction in the Pacific Rim. The HSA strives to be the pre-eminent worldwide steel framing resource for developers, contractors, engineers, architects, building officials, suppliers and homebuyers. The HSA has regular membership meetings and provides educational opportunities and training for its members. Hawaii Steel Alliance Inc. P.O. Box 2880, Aiea, HI 96701, USA PH: (808) 485-1400 • FX: (808) 748-0681 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • hawaiisteel.com
A!ATERIALS A GMS COMPANY 2970 Mokumoa Street Honolulu, HI 96819 1-808-836-1161 www.jbmaterials.com
J&B Materials is Hawaii's source for steel framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings and other specialty building products.
• Largest inventory of construction supplies on the island • Safe, on-time delivery to commercial and residential jobsites • Hard-working, safe and professional employees • Conveniently located in Honolulu
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The Hawaii Steel Alliance (HSA) is a nonprofit membership organization that has been operating in Hawaii for over 26 years. Its primary objective is to promote and defend the use of steel framing and metal roofing prod- ucts in construction across the Pacific region. The Hawaii Steel Alliance has made great strides in growing the cold- formed steel (CFS) framing and metal roofing markets in a short amount of time. Before the formation of HSA, the usage of steel framing in homes on Oahu was below 20 percent. However, today, over 70 percent of new homes on Oahu are framed with steel. This remarkable achievement highlights the effectiveness of this trade association in facilitating the growth of an emerg- ing market. The HSA has played a vital role in disseminating the latest informa- tion on steel framing technology. Even before the building codes established standards for steel framing, the HSA helped engineers and architects by providing the latest prescriptive meth- ods that have now become standard references in the building codes. In the past, when most carpenters were only familiar with wood framing, the HSA introduced Stud University to train journeymen carpenters in steel framing techniques. Additionally, the HSA developed a training curriculum and assisted with training programs to address the shortage of skilled steel carpenters. In the past, only a few design professionals were knowledgeable about designing with steel. However,
the HSA played a crucial role in developing a strong core of struc- tural engineers in Hawaii who are now proficient in designing CFS structures. The HSA also established a close relationship with the Cold Formed Steel Engineers Institute (CFSEI), formerly known as the Light Gauge Steel Engineers Association, and held many training workshops to introduce structural engineers to mid-rise steel framed build- ings such as assisted living centers and hotels. Additionally, the HSA conducted training programs for the Army Corps of Engineers and Naval Facilities Engineering Command for their steel-designed projects. The HSA played a crucial role in helping with plan reviews and jobsite inspections. They trained code offi- cials and even achieved standards acceptance for steel framing before it was referenced in building codes. The HSA’s team of trainers reached out to all four counties of Hawaii. The HSA funded research at the University of Hawaii to address concerns specific to Hawaii on areas that had not yet been explored on the mainland. The research covered topics such as corro- sion, load-bearing top plates, and other areas of concern. The HSA played a crucial role in improving the learning curve for carpenters in Hawaii. They brought mainland manufacturers to the island to use local jobsites as laboratories for testing and improving tools and construction methods such as screw guns, fasteners, bit tips, saw blades,
floor joists, connectors, and more. To educate local builders on the benefits of steel framing and metal roofing for the environment, the HSA hosted several dinner meetings and workshops with experts from various industries. Additionally, the HSA acted as an information resource and database, providing engineers, architects, and steel framers with the latest cost-effec- tive details. They actively helped solve field issues and responded to builder needs on the jobsite when steel framing was a new concept for everyone. Numerous meetings were held to bring together various companies, including manufacturers, suppliers, and contractors. All of them were involved in the construction food chain, which made it possible for them to network and generate more business for their respective companies. The HSA provided literature on steel framing and metal roofing to Hawaii Developers’ sales and marketing teams, which enabled them to communicate this information to potential homebuyers. The HSA made efforts to connect with the general public by participat- ing in trade shows across Hawaii, the mainland, and overseas. It also organized six top-notch international conferences in Hawaii, such as the Pacific Rim Steel Framing Conference, which drew attendees from as far as Australia, Japan, Germany, and Turkey. To support its membership and spread the latest information to the public, the HSA continues to publish an annual resource directory like the one you’re reading now.
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The HSA continues to hold regu- lar membership meetings and provide educational opportunities and training for its members up to this day. Despite the significant progress and train- ing the HSA has achieved in the past 26 years, their work is far from being finished. There are still engineers and architects who are not familiar with the most cost-effective designs and standards. Many design professionals are still not aware of the benefits of using a cool metal roof. Additionally, some code officials are not familiar with the proper inspection of steel framing in the field. There are still many builders in Hawaii who are not utilizing the benefits of steel fram- ing, such as straighter walls and fewer construction project callbacks. The Hawaii Steel Alliance (HSA) participated in the Subcommittee for the Hawaii Energy Code at the State Building Code Council. With the help of the National Steel Framing Alliance and the Steel Framing Industry Association, the HSA intro- duced alternative methods to meet the new energy efficiency standards. These methods are not only cost- effective but also more efficient than using exterior continuous foam insu- lation. For more details on these alter- native methods, please refer to the Hawaii Energy Code. HSA members play an active role in steering the future activities of the Alliance. They participate in commit- tees and are in constant contact with the large production builders - who are also HSA members - potential customers, and other suppliers to stay up-to-date with the latest products and techniques that can be adopted to meet the needs of their business. Additionally, HSA members test the latest best practices and learn from other member companies who have been successful in using steel fram- ing and metal roofing. To stay ahead of their competition, they keep up with the latest code requirements and newest technologies through train- ing and education. But what sets them apart is their passion - a strong passion for supporting a strong, sustainable, non-combustible, and termite-resistant building material
that homebuyers in Hawaii have come to expect: Steel Framing and Metal Roofing. In 2022, the Hawaii Steel Alliance celebrated its 25th
Anniversary. For more information on the Hawaii Steel Alliance, its prod- ucts, and its members, please visit www.hawaiisteel.com.
STEEL FRAMING WON’T FEED A FIRE Fast Facts: • Steel is a non-combustible, fire resistant material and will not feed a fire.
• On average, wood framing ranks third as the first-ignited material in home fires (Nation- al Fire Protection Association). • A complete list of cold-formed steel floor, wall, and roof fire rated assemblies is available from the Steel Framing Alliance (www.steelframing.com)
• Building with steel can reduce cost of construction insurance
as well as homeowners insurance premiums.
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Steeler, Inc. Matt Surowiecki, Sr. Matt Surowiecki, Jr., Charles Peace 206-725-2500 email@example.com 10023 MLK Jr. Way S Seattle WA 98178 steeler.com Wheeler Steel Framing Supply Marco Baljeu Don Wheeler 949-526-1400 firstname.lastname@example.org 1010 E. Elm Ave. Fullerton CA 92831 wheelersteelsupply.com MANUFACTURER, HARDWARE Simpson Strong-Tie Company Tim Waite Honorary Member Joel Frenzel 808-479-1216 email@example.com 91-312 Komohana Street Suite A Kapolei HI 96707 strongtie.com MANUFACTURER, TRUSSES Truss Systems Hawaii, Inc.
HPM Building Supply George Proctor, Jr. Mark Schwinn, Javan Plunkett 808-202-4241 firstname.lastname@example.org 91-302 Hanua Street
MANUFACTURER, STUDS CEMCO Akira Usami Tom Porter, Eric Larson, Steve Farkas 808-291-9087 email@example.com 13191 Crossroads Parkway North Suite 325 City of Industry CA 91746 cemcosteel.com ClarkDietrich Building Systems, LLC Bob Wesolowski Todd Beasley, Jake Reece 916-402-6249 firstname.lastname@example.org 1685 Tide Court Woodland CA 95776 clarkdietrich.com SCAFCO Steel Stud Company
Kapolei HI 96707 hpmhawaii.com J & B Materials, Hawaii Deborah Kim-Ito Honorary Member Scott Fernandez 808-271-2862 email@example.com 2970 Mokumoa Street Honolulu HI 96819 jbmaterials.com Raynor Overhead Doors & Gates
Peter Eldridge 808-676-3667
firstname.lastname@example.org 96-1368 Waihona Street, #4 Pearl City HI 96782 hawaiidoor.com DEVELOPER Castle & Cooke Homes
Jason Warren 509-343-9000 email@example.com 2800 E. Main Avenue Spokane WA 99202 scafco.com
Hawaii Inc. Emet Domingo Daryl Takamiya 808-548-4811 firstname.lastname@example.org 680 Iwilei Rd., Suite 510 Honolulu HI 96817 castlecookehawaii.com D.R. Horton - Schuler Division Alan Labbe Eric Bass 808-528-9073 email@example.com 130 Merchant St., Ste. 112 Honolulu HI 96813 drhorton.com Haseko Construction Duane Nishimura 808-689-9623 firstname.lastname@example.org 91-1001 Kaimalie Street #205 Ewa Beach HI 96706 haseko.com GENERAL CONTRACTOR Coulter Construction
Larry Inamasu 808-877-0036 LarryI@TrussSystemsHawaii.com PO Box 2037 Kahului HI 96733 trusssystemshawaii.com
DISTRIBUTOR, BUILDING MATERIALS Foundation Building Materials Scott Tajima Andrew Ige, Nathan Kabei, Keola Lessary 808-841-5819
email@example.com 180 Sand Island Access Road Honolulu HI 96819 fbmsales.com Guam Hardwood Rene Ong 671-649-8801 firstname.lastname@example.org 1797 Army Drive Tamuning GU 96913 Guam Honsador Lumber Eddrin Fajardo Tyler Williams, Stephen Jeronimus 808-682-2011
New Home Construction: Kukui’ula – Kaua’i Project
Scott Coulter 808-239-5491 email@example.com 47-388 Hui Iwa Street Ste. 2
firstname.lastname@example.org 91-151 Malakole Road Kapolei HI 96707 honsador.com
Kaneohe HI 96744 ccsteelhomes.com
99-645 Kaulainahee Pl Aiea, HI 96701 email@example.com gilldevelopmentllc.com
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SUPPLYING THE STRENGTH OF STEEL Experience, expertise and dedication to superior quality to bring Hawai‘i the best in steel framing products HPM Building Supply is Hawai‘i’s exclusive distributor of premium SCAFCO steel studs and framing products. Talk to our experts about steel framing today. • 100% prime mill certified steel • Manufactured with 57 ksi steel and G90 corrosion protection • Products are cold-formed from corrosion-protected steel coils
(808) 834-7680 HPMHAWAII.COM
Gill Development, LLC Patrick Gill 808-864-9527 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steelframe Home Builders Rod Saragoza 808-845-3196 email@example.com
Statewide General Contracting & Construction, Inc. Michael Mazzone 808-864-7428 firstname.lastname@example.org 746 Bannister Street Honolulu HI 96819 statewidehawaii.com TDL Drywall, Inc. Neal Pollock 403-212-0944 email@example.com Suite 200 4279 120 Ave. SE Calgary AB T2Z 4J7 Canada tdldrywall.com True Line Construction Services, LLC Rollie Legaspi Reynaldo Tabura 808-722-3879 firstname.lastname@example.org 2110 Lauwiliwili Street Suite 105H Kapolei HI 96707 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Allison-Ide Structural Engineers, LLC Brian Ide 808-536-2108 email@example.com 900 Fort Street Mall, Suite 1670 Honolulu HI 96813 allisonide.com Coffman Engineers Howard Lau 808-687-8884 Howard.Lau@coffman.com 745 Fort Street #400 Honolulu HI 96813 coffman.com Engineering Design Group, Inc. Michael Kasamoto 808-589-1170 firstname.lastname@example.org 1236 South King St., Suite 207 Honolulu HI 96814 i3NGINEERING, Inc. Adrian Lee 808 536-7692
P.O. Box 1341 Aiea HI 96701 gilldevelopmentllc.com Leeward Roofing & General Contracting Clayton Rivera, Sr. Rocky Rivera, Jr. 808-696-7660 email@example.com P.O. Box 886 Waianae HI 96792 leewardroofing808.net M. Shiroma Construction Company Glenn Shiroma Rendy Gismundo, Tabbi Cleveland 808-678-8535 firstname.lastname@example.org 94-116 Pupuole Pl Waipahu HI 96797 M2K Construction, LLC Francis Dunlap Joel Ballesteros 808-230-7723 email@example.com 725 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite C-305 Honolulu HI 96813 marylgroup.com Maryl Group Construction, Inc.
45-557 Pahia Road Kaneohe HI 96744 teamsteelframe.com Unlimited Construction Services, Inc. Jason Thon Kammy Teves, Milton Mitsui 808-521-4141 firstname.lastname@example.org 565 Halekauwila Street Honolulu HI 96813 unlimitedhawaii.com FRAMING CONTRACTOR Coastal Construction Company Jon Rapisura Les Masutani, Craig Yamasaki 808-847-3277 email@example.com 1900 Hau Street Honolulu HI 96819 coasthi.com SWI Finishing Hawaii, Inc. Kenneth Ball 615-972-9290
firstname.lastname@example.org 987 Queen Street #1714 Honolulu HI 96814 DRYWALL CONTRACTOR Group Builders, Inc. Andrea Benitez 808-832-0890 email@example.com
Timothy Choi 808-798-0485
firstname.lastname@example.org 725 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite C-305 Honolulu HI 96813 marylgroup.com Soldat Construction Mike Soldat 808-255-7449 email@example.com P.O. Box 206 Kailua HI 96734
511 Mokauea Street Honolulu HI 96819 groupbuilders.net
Cost Effective Solutions through teamwork and creativity ALLISON IDE STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS LLC 900 Fort Street Mall, Suite 1670 • Honolulu, HI 96813 firstname.lastname@example.org • email@example.com (808) 536-2108
firstname.lastname@example.org 201 Merchant St. Suite 905
Honolulu HI 96813 i3ngineering.com
KAI Hawaii Ken Hayashida 808-533-2210 email@example.com 50 S. Beretania St., #C-119C Honolulu HI 96813 kaihawaii.com
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KSF, Inc. Stephen Peters 808-593-0933 firstname.lastname@example.org 615 Piikoi Street, Suite 300 Honolulu HI 96814 Martin, Chock & Carden, Inc. Lyle Carden 808-521-4513 email@example.com 1001 Bishop Street, Suite 2950 Honolulu HI 96813 Group, Inc. Leslie Nagata 808-429-7541 firstname.lastname@example.org 1221 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 645 Honolulu HI 96814 martinchockcarden.com Structural Analysis
ASSOCIATE, PEST CONTROL Termimesh Hawaii, Inc. Sandra Sardinha 808-843-1968 email@example.com 1406 Colburn St., No. 201C Honolulu HI 96817 termimeshhawaii.com ASSOCIATE, PUBLISHING COMPANY Trade Media Hui David Kanyuck 808-738-4939 davidK@trademediahui.com 287 Mokauea Street Honolulu HI 96819 trademediahui.com ASSOCIATE, INDIVIDUAL Ralph Valentino 808-864-8130 firstname.lastname@example.org 95-198 Waikalani Drive Mililani HI 96789
AFFILIATE, ASSOCIATION Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry Don Allen, PE, SE 703-538-1611 email@example.com 513 W Broad Street, Ste 210 Falls Church VA 22046 awci.org Guam Contractors guamcontractors.org 506 Mariner Avenue Barrigada GU 96913 Guam guamcontractors.org Steel Framing Industry Association Larry Williams 703-538-1613 williams@ steelframingassociation.org 513 W. Broad Street, Suite 210 Falls Church VA 22046 steelframingassociation.org Association James Martinez 671-647-4840 james.martinez@
AFFILIATE, LIFETIME Bob Spangler Bruce Place Colleen Mizuno Doug Pearson Ken Vought Roberta Kane Sam Galante AFFILIATE, LEGACY Art Linn Mike Fernandez Wayne Lincoln
Hawaii’s Steel Truss Builder’s Hawaii’s only authorized Aegis Steel manufacturer
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Termimesh Hawaii LLC For more information, please visit www.termimeshhawaii.com or phone (808) 843-1968.
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