UPDATE-10/10/17 It’s on again. With a big mahalo to Maui Kupono Builders for the consistent flow of information, we alert you that the pavement reconstruction work on SKR is set to commence this Monday, 10/16/17. (BTW, you can blame the Maui County Fair for the delay. Remember this project is to be done at night, so lights are required. But every year the fair uses every outdoor light system on the island for that annual event. Now fair is pau, lights are available.) SEE NOTICE FOLLOWING
SOUTH MAUI DISTRICT RESURFACING
C.I.P. JOB NO. 16-34
The South Maui District Resurfacing project will commence on September 25, 2017. The
project includes resurfacing of South Kihei Road (Kauhaa Street to Lipoa Street). The
project also includes curb ramp landing construction, installation of traffic detection loops,
utility adjustments, pavement striping and markers. Work hours will be from 7:00 PM to
Motorists are advised to expect delays and to use caution and follow all traffic control signs,
devices and flag persons while driving through the work zones. Please pardon the
Mahalo, Office: 242-8180
Maui Kupono Builders LLC Fax: 242-5708
SOUTH KIHEI ROAD
October 16, 2017.
Tentative Construction Schedule:
October 16-October 19 Lowering Utilities
October 23-October 26 Cold planing and Paving Operations
October 30-November 30 Utility Adjustments, Striping & Markers,
Curb Ramp Landings and Traffic Detection Loops
UPDATE 9/21/17 DELAY Was it just too good to be true? This morning we learn that due to equipment unavailability, unable to start road work on S. Kihei road on the 25th of September. Expected delay is a few weeks As always; stay tuned until next month
9/19/17 # kihei
Yes at long last pavement resurfacing will occur on South Kihei Road. Paving will be from Kauha’a St to Lipoa St. by Maui Kupono Builders LLC. All major work will be from 7:00 at night to 5:30 in the morning starting on September 25. The project is estimated to be a month long. Please see the flyer image for additional information.
We think it is great that they plan to work at night. Also this section allows drivers to use the North South Connector Road (Liloa) as an alternative in addition to the Pi’ilani Highway if you are driving at night.