Pacific Air Forces Historic Headquarters Building

Project Controls-Pacific Air Forces Headquarters Building-Aerial View
Project-Controls-Pacific-Air-Forces-Headquarters-Building-Street View

Hickam Air Force Base (AFB) is designated a National Historic Landmark in recognition as one of the nation’s most significant historic resources associated with World War II in the Pacific. The Pacific Air Forces Headquarter Building is a famous 14-wing historic building that was bombed at the start of World War II during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Air Force is renovating the 540,000 square foot historic building through a $120 million construction program that includes new additions, a new chiller plant and significant renovations to existing spaces.

MOCA has a long history of helping the Air Force deliver facilities.  At completion, this headquarters facility will be a modern 21st century office building and command center for operations throughout the Pacific.

As the Owner’s Project Representative (OPR), MOCA provided the following services:

  • Project/Construction Management
  • Planning and Programming
  • Cost Engineering
  • Project Controls
  • Client:Pacific Air Forces
  • Project: Federal Goverment
  • Completion:

“MOCA staff have proven themselves as experts in both project controls and cost engineering. They continue to offer sound advisement through their understanding of contract negotiations, lean construction practices, and energy-reduction strategies, with increasingly successful results. Throughout this program MOCA continues to be extremely service oriented and easy to work with…a true asset to the HQ PACAF team.” –Emi Kiyoi, P.E., LEED AP, Director, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces, Project Management Office (HQ PACAF/PMO)