- Evaluation of the hydraulic adequacy of the existing sewer system
- Alternatives study to weigh advantages and disadvantages of different design strategies
- Management and oversight during contruction phase
The internal sewer system
at Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) consisted of a variety of gravity and
pressure systems that collected
Practical modifications and upgrades were designed. Environet managed the construction of the new system featuring a 12-inch PVC main gravity sewer line that met minimum slope requirements (according to City and County of Honolulu Design Standards). In the end, PCC was left with a reliable internal sewer collection and conveyance system, which allowed PCC's management to focus their resources on serving the volume of tourists who visit the center year-round.