Hunt Companies is responsible for the development, revitalization and asset management of over 1,300 entitled acres and more than 500,000 square feet of residential and commercial space on O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i, and Hawai‘i Island.
Since June 2014, Hunt and Moss & Associates have integrated their construction personnel into Moss' ongoing operations. With more than 28 years of construction experience in Hawai‘i, Hunt Companies and Moss have yielded strong relationships with owners, subcontractors, and the Hawai‘i community. Moss' Hawai‘i experience includes commercial, mixed-use, renewable energy, higher education, multifamily and military housing construction, rehabilitation as well as associated demolition.
‘Ohana Military Communities (OMC) owns and manages over 7,000 residential units for military service members and their families at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-HIckam, Marine Corps Base Kāneʻohe and various communities located throughout O‘ahu.
OMC is one of the largest projects and the most successful Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) projects ever undertaken by the Department of Defense. Hunt Companies and its affiliates provide development, construction, property and asset management services, employing over 200 professionals and $55 million in infrastructure investment.
Hunt Capital Partners is a leader in the multi-family investment industry with a focus on affordable rental housing and investments utilizing Federal and State Low-Income Housing, Historic and Solar Tax Credits. Over the past eight years, Hunt Capital Partners secured tax credit equity for over 700 units of affordable rental housing in Hawai‘i. Moss has served as general contractor for many of these projects.
Hunt's wholly owned subsidiary, CGL Management Group, offers planning, project management, design, and facilities management services for social infrastructure projects and public facilities on behalf of governments and other municipal organizations. The Hawai‘i Department of Public Safety, the agency responsible for correctional facility administration in Hawai‘i, hired CGL to assess its facilities, develop a capital improvement plan, and install a computerized maintenance management system in 2016. CGL assessed over 1 million square feet of space in nine facilities on five Hawai‘ian islands.
Located on a 538-acre parcel in Kalaeloa, the 5MW-AC Kalaeloa Renewable Energy Park ranks as one of Hawai‘i's largest operational solar energy generation facilities. The 20-acre park is comprised of 21,000 photovoltaic panels and according to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates, produces enough power to prevent nearly 11,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually, and generates the power equivalent needed to provide electricity for 1,000 homes in a year.