Hawaii State FCU has announced plans to begin renovation work at the site of their future Headquarters building located 333 Queen Street in Downtown Honolulu. The approximately 70,000 square-foot office building and 80,000 square-foot adjacent parking garage will undergo an extensive demolition and renovation starting July 2021.
This new headquarters building will allow the credit union to consolidate over 250 employees currently across multiple office locations and provide the space needed to allow for future growth. Building plans include a new branch on the first floor which will provide convenient access for members to our many financial services in the downtown and civic center of Honolulu. Designing our future Headquarters building will allow the credit union to continue to hire talented staff, and offer our employees a space to collaborate with one another utilizing innovation and technology.
Hawaii State FCU has selected local firms Nordic PCL Construction as general contractor and Hiarchy as architect for its future headquarters.
Building renovation is scheduled to complete in Fall 2022.
Latest Project Updates
Renovations are underway at the future Hawaii State FCU Headquarters building. Check out recent activity at the project site.
Interior Rendering of Future HQ Building
February 1, 2022
We look forward to creating a new and unique space focused on wellness and innovation that inspires our employees at work each day.
Building Interior Demolition Underway
October 1, 2021
Progress on demolition and abatement work on the interior of the building is nearly complete.
Demolition and Construction
July 26, 2021
Demolition and construction work has begun on the interior of the building.
Architect and General Contractor
July 16, 2021
Local architecture firm, hi•arch•y llp and general contractor Nordic PCL Construction has been selected to work on the Hawaii State FCU Headquarters building project.
June 25, 2021
A pre-construction blessing attended by credit union officials as well as members of the design and construction team was held at the project site.
By donating over four-thousand linear feet of lumber to Re-Use Hawaii we were able to recover these materials for reuse and divert them from Hawaii’s landfills.
By donating over 300 shelves, cabinets and fixtures, we reduced greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 3.25 tons or the equivalent of emissions from 250 cars for one day.
By installing photovoltaic panels on our rooftop and harnessing the energy of the sun, we will help Hawaii consume 2,000 fewer barrels of oil over the next 10 years.
To rewire every floor of our building, crews will install over 39,000 linear feet of conduit. That’s enough conduit to reach from downtown Honolulu to the airport.
To remodel our new Headquarters, crews will use over 100,000 pounds of steel. That’s about the weight of one and a half humpback whales.
Press and Media
Hawaii State FCU Releases Renderings of Future Downtown Honolulu Headquarters
“Building for Change - The Making of HSFCU Headquarters”
Follow us as we embark on our journey to our new Headquarters Building thru our video docuseries. Over the next year, watch along with us as we document this milestone in our credit union’s history.
Episode 1: Beginnings
Hear stories about the humble early days of Hawaii State FCU and what the new Headquarters building represents through interviews with two of our longest employees Roland Ogoshi and Lorena Au.
Episode 2: Vision
Go behind the scenes of the planning and vision process for our new Headquarters. Hear about the design efforts to focus on health and wellness and to create an inspiring employee experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our goal with the new Headquarters Building is to bring together all of our back-office staff in a single location to allow for more collaboration, operational efficiencies and provide room for future growth. The credit union has experienced significant growth in recent years and existing office space is limited. The intent of this building is to provide a location that will be a home for Hawaii State FCU for years to come.
We have the fortunate opportunity to learn real-time from the current pandemic situation and how it is impacting the way we work and interact with our members in the branches. We are taking into consideration all of the latest best practices and health & safety guidelines as we make final decisions on design flow and layout for both employee and member spaces.
Yes, our plans currently include construction of a new full-service branch location on the ground floor of our building. As details become more finalized, we will be sure to keep our members updated.
We have yet to determine any future plans for our Main Branch. We will carefully consider all factors (locations, leases, member service, etc.) before making any final decisions. The future of the Main Branch may also be determined if the 560 Halekauwila location is sold.
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