Sachse Construction was hired to oversee the construction of the 1,200 square foot MAC store at the International Market Place. This space also had an offsite stock room that was approximately 150 feet away from the MAC store. The offsite stock room was added after the project already begun, requiring more coordination from the project team to ensure all portions of the project would be successfully completed for the mall opening.
Working on an island posed a challenge for the team as it added more lead time and additional cost for materials and equipment that needed to be shipped. With Hawaii’s retail boom keeping a lot of island subcontractors busy, scouting local trades with the capacity to perform the work posed a challenge. Obtaining licenses to work in Hawaii can take up to six months, thus workers could not be easily transferred from the main land to work on the island. Because of Sachse Construction’s presence on the island and relationships with local subcontractors, Sachse Construction was able to successfully coordinate the work so that our trusted subcontractors could perform the work.
The project team successfully completed the MAC store on time and within budget.