Aligning with the client's vision for a workplace that fosters innovation, collaboration and wellness



The American Savings Bank Campus project involved construction of an 11-story office building that serves as the new headquarters for American Savings Bank in Hawaii.

Bringing together more than 650 teammates into a centrally located, modern office, the building was designed and constructed in alignment with the company’s vision for a workplace that fosters innovation, collaboration and wellness

Touted as the first new office building to be constructed in downtown Honolulu in nearly 25 years, development of the campus utilized unique construction methods and materials such as precast concrete that comprises the majority of the building and self-tinting View Dynamic Glass. The American Savings Bank Campus is also recognized as the first project in Hawaii to earn the WELL Health-Safety Rating from the International WELL Building Institute.

Rider Levett Bucknall provided project management services and cost consultancy support throughout the duration of the project. Early in the design and preconstruction phases, Rider Levett Bucknall guided the client through value engineering exercises and contractor negotiations that resulted in millions of dollars in cost savings. With construction underway, the Rider Levett Bucknall team was key in navigating complex site challenges, schedule risks and driving the project to timely completion.

Photo credit: American Savings Bank

At a glance

  • Client
    American Savings Bank
  • Services
    Team Performance, Certainty
  • sector
  • Location
    Honolulu, United States