Monsanto Agricultural Research Facility

This expansion project consisted of the following facilities that would be used for seed research and processing on a 20-acre lot: ▪ Maintenance shop/storage buildings:  38,000 sq.ft. ▪ Foundation facility:  26,000 sq.ft. ▪ Employee building:  6,000 sq.ft. ▪ Seed laboratory:  81,600 sq.ft. ▪ Access road:…

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Waialua Agricultural Subdivision

Bow Engineering provided the civil design for 2,200 linear feet of off-site waterline, site and grading plans for a 150,000-gallon “glass fused to steel” water tank, fire and domestic water pump house, site and grading plans for wastewater treatment plant and access road, force main,…

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Kulana Agriculture Subdivision

Bow Engineering performed civil engineering services for this 140-lot agriculture subdivision.  Our scope of work included design of 22,000 linear feet of 8-inch and 12-inch transmission and domestic water lines to interconnect the on-site water system to the existing Kauai County Department of Water system,…

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Kahuku Agriculture Subdivision

Bow Engineering provided the civil design for this 31-lot agriculture subdivision, including 6,500 feet of on-site roadway, site and grading plans for a “glass fused to steel” water tank, fire and domestic water pump house, water, sewer, drainage underground piping, as well as design of…

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Moloaa Agriculture Subdivision

This project involved the civil design for an 8-lot subdivision on the Moloaa Bay Ranch property.  Included in the scope of work was an offsite private roadway from Koolau Road to the project site and an onsite 20’ wide private driveway.  Also included in the…

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Kekaha Syngenta Crop Protection

Parking Lot  (Phase 1)         Construction of a 2.9 acre asphalt parking lot for employees of existing agriculture facilities, a bus shelter, concrete sidewalk, and 4 concrete ADA parking stalls. Offsite Improvements  (Phase 2) Construction of an 11 foot wide turn lane…

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Kekaha Sugar Infrastructure Study

The purpose of the Kekaha Sugar Infrastructure Study was to inventory and document the existing domestic water, drainage, irrigation and electrical systems on the state’s Kekaha lands.  The study provides the state with information as how to best operate and maintain these facilities if and…

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Kahana Valley EA

In response to the Department of Health’s informal Notice of Violation for disposal of wastewater into existing non-registered cesspools, Bow Engineering provided an assessment of the existing infrastructure of the Kahana Valley Lease Lots 1-6. The assessment included the concept design of six new Individual…

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