Work on community center set to begin
The Maui News
Work has begun on upgrading the Haiku Community Center’s restroom and kitchen, the Department of Parks and Recreation announced Monday.
Other aspects of the $692,546.44 project include a new grease interceptor and electrical, ventilation and American with Disabilities Act accessibility improvements.
The community center has been closed because of COVID-19 emergency orders, and improvement work will keep it closed through April 30. The public is asked to stay outside the work area for their safety.
“This project is more progress toward improving public park facilities for our residents,” Maui County Mayor Michael Victorino said. “Improvements will include new kitchen appliances, stainless steel counters, new restroom partitions and all new fixtures and finishes.”
Central Construction Inc. is the contractor for the project.
For more information, contact April Shiotani, parks CIP coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 270-8017.