MKC Hawaii is a top renovation contractor in Hawaii, concentrating on Hotel Guest Rooms and Hospitality, Restaurants, Retail and Office Tenant Improvements.

Guest Room Renovation

Over 1,500 Hotel Guest Rooms and Suites on Oahu and Maui, with all rooms returned to inventory on schedule

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Restaurants

New build-outs and renovations of over 35 restaurants on Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island

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Retail & Offices

Over 200 Retail and Office build-outs and renovations on all major Hawaiian Islands, as well as Guam, Saipan, and US Mainland

One good job deserves another

 

MKC renovated the Guest Rooms at Grand Wailea Resort in 2008, and then the Guest Rooms and Suites in 2014-2015, as well as extensive upgrades to Hospitality Facilities and back-of-house systems.

 
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A historic building restored to original glory

 

The original Bank of Bishop building, circa 1877, and the adjacent original Bishop Estate Office, were carefully renovated and returned to it’s unique dignity.  Working closely with Trustee Mark D Bernstein, the original elements were preserved.

"2011 Historic Preservation Honor Award Winner” from the Historic Hawaii Foundation, for the rehabilitation of The Harriet Bouslog Building, 63 Merchant Street, downtown Honolulu, was presented to Mitch Kysar Construction April 19, 2011.

 
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Renovation completed in less than 10 days

 

The improvement of this busy flagship store in Ala Moana Center, including new storefront, tile flooring, display fixtures, & wall finishes was completed in only 10 days for minimum business interruption.

 

 
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High-end living in the Kahala

 

Luxury improvements to an oceanfront residence in an exclusive property required meticulous attention to details as well as sensitive execution.

 

Porsche of Honolulu Races to a Finish

 

A precisely-scheduled renovation of the existing Porsche dealership on Ala Moana Boulevard incorporated brand-specific fixtures and finishes, and required coordination with the continuing operations of the Service and Sales divisions.