Providing space that cares for growing ohana

By Kyle Galdeira Posted in: InteriorKitchen

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With Hawaii’s unique ohana culture, in which family members care for young or elderly relatives amid multigenerational households, HK Construction puts an emphasis on building or renovating homes for customers looking to create more interior space to accommodate their growing families.

HK Construction is readily available as a design-build company to take a customer’s concept and turn that idea into an enjoyable living space crafted to last for generations to come. For more than 40 years, HK Construction has kept local families in mind as the fourth-generation family business incorporating quality products and the talents of experienced designers and builders throughout each project.

These types of ohana-centric projects encompass children moving back home with kids of their own as well as focus on allowing older residents to “age in place” by creating a safer environment for the elderly without sacrifi cing their freedom or restricting mobility.

HK Construction is well-versed in completing various projects with a focus on keeping lifestyles of all family members intact. Hawaii’s unique topography includes slopes and hillsides along with limited space for expansion, and poses building and design challenges that HK Construction has routinely overcome. Various design elements become important factors when facing these challenging issues, but HK’s vast experience gleaned from building on Oahu over nearly half a century allows the business to guide homeowners through the process netting what results in the most economical and functional home possible.

From concept to completion, and as your partner throughout the process, HK Construction will provide the design and functionality that best suits one’s lifestyle and property needs.

A positive fi rst step in learning about the home-building process and determining what can be done to enhance one’s existing home is to attend one of HK Construction’s home-building seminars.

Questions will be answered at that time and interested parties also may set up a free on-site assessment.

HK Construction is holding three seminars this week: Feb. 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Pearl Country Club; Feb. 19 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Blaisdell Center and Feb. 20 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the American Savings Financial Services Center in Kahala. Call 841-1800 or 220-4714 for reservations or to get more information on upcoming seminars.

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