Anthony "Tony" Gaston has over three decades of local experience in development, construction, and engineering, as well as extensive roots in the industry and community.
As Vice President – Development for Hunt's Hawai'i Division, Mr. Gaston is responsible for the planning and execution of major infrastructure, site, and subdivision work at a number of the company's projects statewide, including in Kalaeloa, where he is overseeing more than $40 million dollars of infrastructure improvements over the only the next two years. His work in Kalaeloa is laying the foundation for development as Hunt continues to transform its 530 acres into a desirable mixed-use community with an estimated 3,000 homes for working local families and a thriving commercial and light-industrial center that will provide thousands of new jobs for area residents.
Before joining Hunt, Mr. Gaston served as the Hawai'i/Pacific Transportation Business Group Manager at HDR. Other previous positions include Director of Engineering at A&B Properties Hawai'i; Director, Site Development at The Howard Hughes Corporation; Program Manager at Parsons Corporation; and Director, Engineering and Site Construction at Castle & Cooke Homes Hawai'i.
The Mililani resident is a dedicated and active member of both the community and the local building industry. Mr. Gaston serves as the chair of both the School Community Council (SCC) at Mililani Middle School and the O'ahu Metropolitan Planning Organization Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Hawai'i Section. He is also a member of the University of Hawaii College of Engineering Alumni Banquet Committee. He previously served on the Board of Directors for the Hawai'i Presidential Center, as chairperson of the Mililani 'Ike Elementary SCC, as secretary of the Mililani High School SCC, and as a longtime American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) referee.
Mr. Gaston received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. He is an alumnus of the Pacific Century Fellows program.