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Setting the Stage at Wet-n-Wild

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When the Wet ‘n’ Wild water park acquired the renowned Chief’s Luau Polynesian show they called upon IPR Hawaii to help them  with their general construction needs, to create a performance area that would highlight their new feature show for large dinner audiences on a nightly basis.  For this project we went beyond our normal…

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Atkinson Towers: From Pool to Parking


From pool to parking – the UN-recreational project! We’ve earned a reputation as a leading recreational construction company here in Hawaii over the past 20 years. However, there’s more to us than just parks, sports & play!  Our project with Atkinson Towers is a great example of how we can help with your UN-recreational needs!…

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Specialty Flooring at Kapiolani Hospital Playroom

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A hospital is a rigorous environment that places constant demands on the facilities, especially when it comes to flooring. Constant foot traffic and high standards for cleanliness require highly durable, quality materials. The Kapiolani Medical Center For Women & Children is no exception, with one of Oahu’s busiest health care facilities.  Their recently renovated playroom…

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Turf & Tennis at Four Seasons Resort

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Outdoor Recreation Deck Fitness on Oahu’s West Side In early 2017 IPR Hawaii partnered with the Four Seasons Resort in Kapolei to provide tennis netting systems for their outdoor recreation deck tennis courts, synthetic turf outdoor fitness area with additional section of seamless rubber surfacing, and the installation of flooring for their indoor exercise room.…

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Keauhou Place: Playground in the Sky

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Keauhou Place Condos Invest in Recreation Deck Playground for Residents   As populations grow, cities continue to look for new ways to cope with less space without sacrificing access to recreational opportunities. So, as open land spaces become unavailable to set aside for more parks and playgrounds, people are looking up for new solutions to…

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Spray Parks VIDEO: Reinventing Fun

Spray Parks combine two childhood favorites – playgrounds and water – to create a play environment that is reinventing fun across the nation.  With our warm climate 365 days a year, Hawaii is the perfect place to invest in an outdoor spray park. Community parks and resorts in particular, can attract more patrons by  enhancing…

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Wet-n-Wild Pool Resurfacing

If your pool is showing its age you’re likely running away from the water instead of running to jump in.  Cracks, blisters, and discoloration are unsightly and if not addressed will continue to deteriorate quickly.  If this is the case you should consider giving your pool a facelift by having it resurfaced.  IPR Hawaii was…

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New Park Lane Condos Get Creative With Play

Before the 1980’s the main play yard for children in America’s urban communities were abandoned lots or the streets themselves.  When the large scale implementation of composite playgrounds gained momentum, cities across the states began addressing the widespread need to provide safe places to play for children.  Pre-fabricated composite play structures have become commonplace in…

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Retro-fit Rooftop Shade

IPR Hawaii was selected to install this retro-fit rooftop shade for one of the recently completed condo designs in the trendy Kaka’ako district of Honolulu, HI.  Due to the unique challenge presented by this project, IPR designed a custom solution to specifically engineer the shade to fit into the existing space and to provide custom mounting…

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Wahiawa Skate Park

The Wahiawa Skate Park was a very special community build project that involved many dedicated volunteers from the community and other local businesses.  The efforts to revitalize Wahiawa’s old skate park, then closed to the public, was spearheaded by local resident and avid skateboarder Brandon Leong, with the help of his father Mike Leong.  Once they…

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