Camp Paumalu STEM Center for Excellence

About the Project

The Girl Scouts of Hawaii Camp Paumalu STEM Center for Excellence project consists of a new two-story, 11,630 SF wood-framed structure on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. The center features a commercial kitchen, computer lab, classroom laboratories, dining hall, restroom/shower house, health center and laundry facility. The open-air concept flows between two large lanais, a welcome lobby and a covered walkway leading to the pre-engineered metal storage building. The facility will provide year-round opportunities in cybersecurity, astronomy, robotics, computer coding, botany, chemistry and environmental stewardship to the Girl Scouts of Hawaii.


The majority of the labor force was performed by the Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program. The IRT is a Department of Defense military training opportunity for Active, Guard and Reserve servicemembers to support a nonprofit build and increase deployment readiness.

Quick Facts

  • Location North Shore, Oahu, HI
  • Client Girl Scouts of Hawaii
  • Industry Education
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date January 2021
  • Duration 20 months
  • Contract Value $ T&M
  • Square Footage 11,630

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