In 1990, Mr. Nan Chul Shin established Nan, Inc. with the goal of contributing to Hawaii’s economic growth. Mr. Patrick Shin’s construction firm started off as just him and one employee putting up a road sign for a customer. Nan Inc. is now the biggest locally owned and run general contractor in the State, and they have the resources and skills to finish even the most challenging projects. Patrick Shin, Nan Inc owner, is a pioneer in the fields of preconstruction, general contracting, and design-build. The company’s leaders are dedicated to continuing their predecessor’s legacy of service to the customer at all costs, acting with the highest degree of integrity, prioritizing the needs of the customer above all else, and creating a positive work environment in which employees can develop their skills and advance in their careers.

Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Airports Section, 2015 The Kahului Airport on Maui has awarded a $327 million contract to Nan Inc. to construct a new consolidated car rental facility and upgrade existing highways. Solar PV panels will be installed, a people mover will be built to link the airport terminal to the new rental car facility, and new roads will be connected to existing ones as part of this project.

Uprooting of existing utility infrastructure by 2023

Nan Inc. was given a contract by the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation to relocate the Dillingham Boulevard utility infrastructure.

In a news statement, HART officials stressed how crucial the utilities along the route were to the overall success of the passenger-rail project. The term of the arrangement, which is now set to run from the first quarter of 2023 to the first quarter of 2026 and is worth close to $500 million, is non-negotiable.

Any existing subterranean or overhead utilities along the rail alignment that may interfere with rail guide way and column installation will need to be relocated to fulfill the contract. HART said in a news statement that the project scope includes upgrades to the water and sewage systems in addition to the previously mentioned electrical, fuel, communications, storm drainage, and highways.

Patrick Shin’s company, West Oahu Veterans Residence 2020 Nan Inc., was awarded a $75.5 million contract to construct a 120-bed veterans home in Kapolei. Within the following two years, the firm plans to construct two multi-story residential complexes and one multi-story skilled nursing facility/community structure.

This contract is a necessary step in constructing the new Hawaii State Veterans Home on the island of Oahu. A paved parking lot and interior fixtures and furnishings will also be added.

The biggest privately held construction companies in Hawaii, Nan, Inc., claims the building will assist meet the rising need for facilities to house and care for Hawaii’s veteran population.