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Hawaiian Electric Co. has chosen a Finland company to supply its planned 50-megawatt Smart Power Generation power plant at the Army's Schofield Barracks on Oahu with six internal combustion engines aimed at enabling the generating station to integrate more solar energy, Wartsila Corp. recently said. Comment?
Oversee the development of all programs and services at branch locations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, and U.S Army Schofield Barracks/Wheeler Army Airfield to over 43,000 U.S. service members from all branches of the Armed Forces, and their dependents, on Oahu. Comment?
A group made up of officials from federal, state and city levels as well as community leaders, business leaders and members of the public, have come up with some staggering statistics regarding thousands of United States Army personnel from Schofield Barracks and Fort Shafter possibly leaving Hawaii because of the Army's 2020 force structure realignment plan. Under the proposal, the Army is considering eliminating about 19,800 soldiers and civilians at Schofield and Fort Shafter , according to the group Keep Hawaii's Heroes. Comment?
Aqua Engineers , which already has a long-term operational services contract to receive, treat and dispose of the Army's wastewater at Schofield Barracks on Oahu, is looking at acquiring four other utilities in Hawaii and on the Mainland, including wastewater, water and power utilities. The Kauai-based water and wastewater management company and defense contractor is riding the wave of a mandate for private utilities on military installations enacted during the Carter administration. Comment?
Three Hawaii contractors - Allied Pacific Builders , Inc., Performance Systems, Inc., and Watts Constructors - were awarded a total of $57.9 million in military contracts on Tuesday, the last day of the federal government's fiscal year. Honolulu-based Allied Pacific Builders was awarded a $14 million contract for the design and construction of an aviation simulator training facility at Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay. Comment?
A new trial date has been set for a Hawaii company and its two executives who were indicted by a federal grand jury two years ago on hazardous waste charges after a fireworks explosion at the Waikele Gulch Bunkers in Central Oahu killed five of its employees in 2011, according to court documents. A trial date was originally set for Oct. 21 in U.S. District Court in Honolulu. Comment?
Some Hawaii businesses are concerned about an Army study looking at the impacts of potential reductions of military personnel at Schofield Barracks and Fort Shafter. Comment?
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