Building Industry, July
7 is definitely lucky for Unlimited Construction Services, Inc.,
an impressive showing for a first-time participant of our Top 25.
The kama`aina firm
takes the spot with $192 million in revenue in 2008, a substantial
$72 million increase from it's 2007 revenue of $120 million.
Kaua`i Business Report, May
Construction Services, Inc. was awarded first place for two Kaua`i
projects, an ocean resort and a research center, in the statewide
General Contractors Association Build Hawaii 2009 awards; they
received honorable mention for a third.
Building Industry, December
Construction Services, Inc., was recognized as a leader in environmental
practices on its jobsites and at company headquarters on Kaua`i.
For the second consecutive year, Unlimited earned a Kaua`i
Green Business Initiative award in the building category from the
Rotary Club of Kapa`a.
Kaua`i Business Report, April
Construction Services, Inc., a Kaua‘i-based general contracting
firm, received the statewide Concrete Achievement award for Excellence
in Concrete Construction for the Kaua`i Judiciary Complex in Lihu‘e. Unlimited
was the only Kaua‘i award recipient. It is the second time
Unlimited has been recognized for its work in concrete, winning
in 2002 for the construction
of the Kapolei Public Library.
Building Industry, August, 2007
won the $109.9 million bid for the new judiciary complex going
up in Kapolei and a ground breaking was scheduled for late July.
Star-Bulletin, April 29, 2004
Robson and Randy Finlay of Unlimited Construction Services Inc.
were named Hawaii's Small Business Persons of the Year yesterday
at a luncheon hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Kaua`i Business Report, October
when Peter Robinson looks at the things his company has built,
he has to chuckle: water tanks, resorts, senior housing, libraries,
affordable housing, submarine piers . . . the scope truly has been
The Garden Isle, July 22, 2007
Unlimited Construction Services broke ground Tuesday at the site
of the $109.9 million Kapolei Court Complex in a ceremony attended
by state Supreme Court Justice Ronald T.Y. Moon.
Focus Kaua`i, July 27, 2007
nonprofit National Botanical garden in Kalaheo is building what
would be Kauai's first so called "green" building, a
$20,000 Botanical research center.
Kaua`i Business Report, February
began this month on a lonq-awaited new building at the National
Tropical botanical garden's headquarters in Kalaheo, creating what
some scientists across the country are heralding as one of the
state-of-the-art botanical research facilities in the nation.
Building Industry, January,
Taylor, chief finance director of Kauai-based Unlimited Construction
Services, Inc. recently became a certified Construction Industry
Financial Professional (CCIFP), only the third Hawaii resident
to earn the prestigious designation.