Oversees roadway lighting projects, and electrical and mechanical upgrades to existing facilities, including lighting retrofit and air-conditioning upgrades; energy conservation programs, and underground storage tank inspections and mitigation.
The Energy Conservation and Indoor Electrical Branch provides for coordination, planning, design, an implementation of programs, including:
Participating in energy conservation programs sponsored by utility companies and State agencies;
Developing long-range planning of energy conservation projects for general government office buildings;
Working with other city agencies, such as the Department of Enterprise Services, in planning energy conservation improvements in their facilities;
Reviewing mechanical and electrical proposals, designs, plans and specifications prepared by private consultants for improvement projects at various city facilities for compliance with state, city and safety standards and codes, engineering practices, and energy conservation;
Managing, coordinating, and designing mechanical and electrical improvement projects in the areas of plumbing, air conditioning, underground fuel storage tanks, energy conservation, indoor electrical, lighting, and public address systems;
Maintaining inventory of the city underground fuel storage tanks and managing on-going mitigation and groundwater monitoring projects; and
Investigating complaints of indoor air quality and hazardous materials at various city facilities.
The Street Lighting and Facilities Electrical Branch provides for planning and design of roadway and public facilities lighting and for design and review of parks and electrical facilities (indoor and outdoor lighting and electrical systems).
City and County of Honolulu
Frank F. Fasi Municipal Building
650 South King Street, 9th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813
Ph. (808) 768-8431