Nan Inc. wins $400M rail contract to relocate utilities


The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation has awarded Nan Inc. a contract worth a maximum $400 million to relocate utilities along the proposed rail transit route through Honolulu’s city center.

The indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contract covers task orders for work from Middle Street to Ala Moana Center, including Kalihi, Chinatown, Downtown Honolulu and Kakaako.

The segment accounts for 4.1 miles of the 20-mile rail route, which will have eight stations.

“This work will progress…

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