Other Projects
Concrete "Ohia log" made with fiberglass form, Hyatt Regency Kauai
Barrel ceiling, Honolulu Park Place Condominium
Yal Lim making rubber mold of eagle head on statue for Waikiki Natatorium Arch restoration.
Nautical trash can cover, Koko Marina Shopping Center
Arch, column banding, floral panel, and planter, Outrigger Waikiki Hotel
Decorative fiberglass column covers, Moana Surfrider Hotel, Waikiki
Fiberglass Decorative column covers and marquee, Outrigger Waikiki Hotel
Fiberglass jets form missing man formation at Hickam AFB monument fronting Pearl Harbor channel entrance.
P-3 Orion replica at Barber's Point NAS Monument
FRP Enclosure, Maui
16 ft. diameter FRP Koi Tank with crawl-through "log" tunnel and center pop-up area, Honolulu Keiki Zoo.  
Fiberglass Koi Tank showing "log" tunnel.  Honolulu Keiki Zoo Animal Encounter
Interior of crawl-through fiberglass log at Koi Tank
FRP Faux bamboo poles, Gold Coast 360 Credit Union, Guam
Fiberglass Panels at Publication Kiosks, Waikiki
17 ft. diameter FRP cone, before installation to tower of first Target store in Honolulu
FRP cone installed on Target tower, Honolulu
Fiberglass Gazebo, Hyatt Regency Kauai, Hawaii
Center pop-up of Honolulu Zoo koi tank, accessible by crawling through log tunnel.
Foam floral panels over light fixtures, DFS Galleria, Waikiki
Foam and Carbon Fiber decorative design at ceiling.  DFS Galleria, Waikiki
View of crawl-through fiberglass log running through 16' diameter tank, Honolulu Zoo.
Curved foam pelmut, DFS Galleria, Waikiki
Foam Pelmut, DFS Galleria Waikiki
Fiberglass Faux black bamboo poles, Guam
Fiberglass sliding gates with 316 SS perforated panels, Arizona Memorial Visitors Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Sliding gate, Arizona Memorial Visitors Center, Hawaii
5' W x 8' H fiberglass hinged door, Arizona Memorial Visitors Center
Decorative cut-out panels at light cove, Moana Surfrider Hotel, Waikiki
Fiberglass cladding at rec deck pavilions, 2x6 trellis in the foreground. Waihonua at Kewalo Condominium, Honolulu
Fiberglass curved fins and ledge, window awnings and vertical wall trellis, Kailua High School Natural Science Building