'A'ali'i Ward Village

Honolulu, HI
Market: 
Residential
Products: 
Waterproofing
Project Type: 
New Construction
Size: 
40,190 sq ft.
Completion Date: 
2019

Hydrotech's industry leading waterproofing membrane, Monolithic Membrane 6125®, and assembly options provide the perfect defense to keeping water out of your building.

The islands in Hawaii often see short, daily rain events, so it is important to use a waterproofing membrane with a proven track record that will last the life of the structure. For these reasons, ‘A’ali’I Ward Village used MM6125® as its waterproofing membrane of choice. With the membrane adhered directly to the roof substrate, designers had the flexibility to create an amenity space that includes planters, pools, lounge areas, and more.

Owner: 
Ward Management Development Company, LLC
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Architect: 
Solomon Cordwell Buenz
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Developer
The Howard Hughes Corporation
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General Contractor: 
Albert C. Kobayashi, Inc.
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Waterproofing Consultant: 
Curtainwall Design & Consulting, Inc
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