Fluor provided engineering, procurement, and construction services to redevelop the site. The development included upgraded telecommunications systems, new roads, a new sewage collection system, two telecommunications facilities, and a state-of-the-art conference center.
Fluor worked closely with the Navy on its Master Plan for the island to ensure the Historic Preservation issues were properly addressed. Almost 90 percent of the movie theater, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was demolished and restored again.
Local subcontractor firms with experience working in the area were hired to provide services on the project.
To address potential craft labor shortages, Fluor formulated and negotiated the first-of-its-kind Aloha Stabilization Agreement to unite the union and nonunion labor forces, which ensured work-force stability, fair labor practices, and uniform working conditions.