OCCC Future Plans

The Hawaii Department of Public Safety (PSD) is currently evaluating options for the replacement of the Oahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC), which has been in operation since 1975 and today is the largest jail facility in Hawaii. Given its age, OCCC is in need of immediate replacement. Modern jail design has advanced considerably since 1975 when OCCC was conceived and constructed, and a new OCCC would better meet the current and future needs of the state of Hawaii, while ensuring the safety of inmates, correctional staff, and the public-at-large. PSD will periodically update this page throughout the planning process with the latest information regarding the OCCC project, public outreach activities and meetings, and major milestones and accomplishments.

Contacts

NameTitleEmailPhoneFax
Hawaii Department of Public Safety
Clayton H. ShimazuChief Plannerclayton.h.shimazu@hawaii.gov808-587-1237
Toni Schwartz Public Information Officertoni.e.schwartz@hawaii.gov808-587-1358
Hawaii Department of Accounting and General Services
Lance Y. MajaProject Engineer, Planning Branchlance.y.maja@hawaii.gov808-586-0483
Joseph M. EaringSection Head, Planning Branchjoseph.m.earing@hawaii.gov808-586-0486
Architects Hawaii, Ltd.
Brian TakahashiPrincipalbtakahashi@ahldesign.com808-523-9636
Thomas J. RudaryProject Architecttrudary@ahldesign.com808-523-9636
Louis Berger Group
Robert J. NardiSenior Vice Presidentrnardi@louisberger.com973-407-1681

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