|Estimated at $40 million, the Middle Street Intermodal Center was commissioned by the City and County of Honolulu.
The architectual design was done by Urban Works Inc. Located on the 9.15-acre site at Middle Street, between
North King Street and Kamehameha Highway in Honolulu, this new facility was built to replace the existing transit
center. The center houses the Kalihi-Palama Bus Facility, a parking structure with 700 to 1,000 stalls, and additional
parking for Articulated Buses. The facility also includes a Handi-Van Maintenance Facility.
Notkin Hawaii Inc. provided the mechanical design for the Middle Street Intermodal Center and Handi-Van
Maintenance Facility including air conditioning, plumbing, ventilation, fire protection, and standpipe systems.
Included in this design is an eight bay service facility with a fluid dispensing system that services each bay. The fluid
dispensing system supplies motor oil, transmission fluid, anti-freeze, and compressed air. The Handi-Van
Maintenance Facility includes 22,000 SF of ground floor space for maintenance and storage, a 3,360 SF storage
mezzanine, and 8,000 SF on a second floor for administrative services. It also includes a 24hr-dispatch unit.