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Four Seasons Hualalai Resort, Hawai'i
This Master Planned Luxury Resort Community on the Big Island's Kohala Coast is an ongoing project for Goodfellow Bros., Inc. This work includes 17 residential subdivisions, including single family and multi family. Two golf courses, water wells and waste water plant. From blasting to the final details Goodfellow Bros., Inc. has worked side-by-side with the owners and designers.



King's Land, Waikoloa, HI
Located on the Kohala Coast, King's Land is carved out of an ancient lave field with majestic Mauna Kea views. The project is a 50 acre site development for 200 unit timeshare condominiums. Scope of work included: clearing and grubbing, mass excavation, onsite crushing, swimming pool excavation, large tree pit excavation, water, sewer, irrigation, electrical and plumbing pipe.



Snoqualmie Ridge II - Plat 24, WA
Goodfellow Bros., Inc. has completed numerous projects for the Snoqualmie Ridge Master Planned Community located near Snoqualmie Falls and the historic town of Snoqualmie. Scope of work included, heavy logging, clearing, grubbing, chipping, topsoil stripping, excavation, embankment, drilling and shooting, rock excavation, rock crushing, retaining walls, all utilities, wetland mitigation and electro-coagulation water treatment.



Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach
A 25-acre resort featuring 19 residential buildings (323 total units) on breathtaking Poipu Beach. The scope of work included site work for two underground parking structures, four swimming pools, underground utilities include sewer, fire and domestic water, drain (including 41 drywells), electrical, condensate water supply and return and propane gas.




Aldarra, Phases I & II, Washington
The development created more than 200 custom single-family homesites overlooking Snoqualmie Valley and the Cascade Mountains of western Washington. Hired to build more than five miles of underground infrastructure, and to move half-a-million CY of excavation, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., held the cost within budget and completed the job ahead of schedule.





China Falls, Washington
This single-family housing development sits on a steep hillside above Newcastle, overlooking Puget Sound. The site was part of an uncharted coal mine operation in the 1900s; Goodfellow Bros., Inc., was required to chart and structurally stabilize three mine shafts before constructing the subdivision's roadways. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., also provided aggressive erosion control that allowed construction to continue through the winter, while protecting on-site wetlands and fish-bearing China Creek.


Maui Lani, Maui
Located in the heart of the Central Valley, Maui Lani is a major real-estate development whose various phases incorporate single-and multifamily homesites, a school, community center, and links-style golf course. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., served as lead civil engineer for Maui Lani's roads, curbs, sidewalks, sewers, drainage and utilities. When Hawaiian burial sites were discovered amid the sand dunes on which the project is located, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., also became a defacto liaison with the state's Division of Land & Natural Resources, and with Native Hawaiian burial councils. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., developed protocols for handling the sites in ways that satisfied the cultural requirements of the Hawaiian community, and enabled the project to go forward while minimizing the owner's costs.


Makena Resort, Maui

In addition to twin 18-hole golf courses, the project called for a wastewater treatment facilityand three pumping stations. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., handled all the site work, including transmission mains that linked the treatment facility and pumping stationsÑone of which, located next to the ocean, required excavation down to negative 30-foot elevation. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., took extra pains to keep silt from spilling into the ocean. Since the resort's water lines had to remain open, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., also constructed the access road in stages, building half the road, moving the water lines, then completing the rest of the road.


Hilton Waikoloa Resort, Island of Hawai'i

A luxury resort on the Big Island's Kona Coast, the Hilton Waikoloa encompasses 66 acres of tropically landscaped grounds, an adjacent golf course, pools and water features, and 1,200 hotel rooms in four principal buildings. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., handled all the site work for the resortÑeven designing and laying out the waterways along which motorized gondolas carry guests to their rooms. To create the resort's manmade lagoon and dolphin pool, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., had to drill and blast underwater to an elevation of almost minus-30.


Koloa Estates, Kaua'i

This residential subdivision of 32 one-acre lots represented the first phase of Kukuiula, a large, master-planned resort community at Poipu. Goodfellow Bros., Inc. was hired to put in place the subdivision's comprehensive infrastructure: roads, sewers, drainage and utilities, all of it underground. The hard lava-rock substrate required a considerable amount of controlled blasting; to save the owner money, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., crushed the excavated rock to use as fill and base course for the roadways.


Oceanside 1250
Oceanside 1250 HokuliÔa (Star of Desire) project is a 1,500-acre private oceanfront recreational community located on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of HawaiÔi. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., started phase I in 1999, completing the mass grading for the 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus; constructing over ten miles of roadway grading, paving, and underground utilities. The area is a very sensitive archeological site and Goodfellow Bros., Inc. integrated its construction activities with the traditional Hawaiian culture to preserve the rich culture heritage.


The land, rugged in all aspects, also climbs from sea level to an elevation of 1250 feet, making it necessary for the construction and design team to create erosion control measures that prevented all storm run-off from entering into the ocean below.

Hyatt Regency, Kauai
As civil contractor for this luxury hotel, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., provided mass excavation and grading, underground utilities, and construction of the hotel's pool, water features and lagoon... all while dealing sensitively with the site's inherent challenges: high ground water, hard rock, delicate ecosystems and culturally significant archeological sites.



Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui
The Fairmont Kea Lani sits above the gleaming waters of Wailea's Polo Beach. Goodfellow Bros., Inc., mass blasted more than 60,000 CY to carve the hotel's distinctive terracing and pool features out of solid rock, while preserving an ancient Hawaiian fishing site.







Plantation Estates Phases I & II, Maui
Built amid the pineapple fields of Kapalua Resort, Plantation Estates is an exclusive development of custom homesites surrounding the famed Plantation Course. Because of the project's size and complexity, Kapalua called on Goodfellow Bros., Inc., to create additional upland water reservoirs that could handle the needs of this and future developments.





Kapalua Resort, Maui
This master-planned resort called for construction of three golf courses, a clubhouse, a five-star hotel, a shopping center, and several residential neighborhoods. Kapalua is a mountainous region that descends to a lava-rock coastline. As challenging as the terrain was, the need for cultural sensitivity took precedence. When excavation for the hotel uncovered ancient Hawaiian burial grounds, Goodfellow Bros., Inc., worked with the developer and the local Hawaiian community to relocate the building and restore the integrity of this archeological site.

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