Aqua Engineers, Inc. specializes in the operation, timely equipment repairs and preventive maintenance, engineering design and construction management services of water and wastewater systems.
Aqua engineers, inc.
Aqua engineers, inc. Has an unsurpassed record for providing high quality water and wastewater services in hawaii. Celebrating 30 years of planned company growth and diversification, we have developed a reputation for providing a broad spectrum of services, while still maintaining high standards for quality and customer service.
We provide a diverse collection of services to our clients, including:
high quality and cost-effective operation, maintenance and management of water and wastewater facilities
timely equipment repairs and preventive maintenance
complete compliance with all applicable environmental and safety regulations
engineering design and construction management services
positive public and government relations
support of community and environmental industry activities
Aqua Engineers, Inc. will be the foremost company in the Pacific specializing in the operation, maintenance, management and engineering of water and wastewater systems.
Aqua Engineers, Inc. is dedicated to providing excellence in water and wastewater service to meet the needs of our clients and our communities.
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Aqua Engineers, Inc. got its start when Ian Kagimoto, Walter Briant, Seichi Oyama, and Frank Kiger saw a need for trained operators for the privately-owned wastewater treatment plants on Kauai. They formally opened for business on January 1, 1981, providing operation and maintenance services for the Poipu Kai wastewater treatment plant. The number of clients soon increased, as well as the need to provide design and engineering services. After Hurricane Iniki hit Kauai in 1992, island's economy slowed, and the decision was made to expand to the other islands. Our first off-island contract was with the Lanai Company at Manele Bay. To this was added the Keauhou Resort sewage treatment plant on the Big Island and additional plants on Maui and Oahu. In 2004 we embarked on a 50-year privatization contract with the U.S. Army to own, operate and upgrade the Schofield Barracks wastewater systems. Today, we have operation and maintenance contracts at over 50 facilities throughout the state.