Kapaa-Kealia Pedestrian and Bike Path

Creating the Vision


Project Facts

LOCATION: Kapa’a, Kauai, Hawai`i
AWARDS/CERTIFICATIONS:  Disability and Communication Accessibility Board(DCAB) – Award of Merit – 2009 Accessible Design * American Public Works Association (APWA) Hawaii Chapter – 2010 Project of the Year – Parks & Trails & 2010 Overall Project of the Year * Project Management Institute (PMI) Honolulu Chapter – 2010 Project of the Year, Award of Merit


Project Summary

Design-build for a 20 mile bike and pedestrian path stretching from Lihue to Anahole, a continuation of the 2.5 mile Lydgate State Park Bike Path.  The program included new public restrooms, rest pavilions, picnic shelters, and re-building of four existing bridges along the pathway.

The railings are ornated by pineapple and sugarcane graphics representing the crops that once furnished the areas.

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