2682 Waiwai Loop
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
GETTING TO HEC’s MAIN OFFICE
From Downtown or East Oahu:
Take Nimitz Hwy. (Hwy.#92) ewa (west) under freeway to Puuloa Rd./Lagoon Dr. Turn left on Lagoon Dr. and left on Waiwai Loop (first left).
Take H-1 ewa (west) toward airport until Nimitz Hwy. exit (#18). Proceed under freeway on Nimitz Hwy.(Hwy.#92)
to second traffic light (Puuloa Rd./Lagoon Dr.). Turn left on Lagoon Dr. Turn left at first street, which is Waiwai Loop.
From Pearl Harbor or West Oahu:
Take H-1 Diamond Head (east) to airport exit (#16). Bear left and get on Aolele St. Continue on Aolele St. until you reach traffic light at entrance to Keehi Lagoon Park. Turn left on Lagoon Dr. and right at second intersection onto Waiwai Loop.
Take Moanalua Fwy. (Hwy.#78) Diamond Head (east) to Puuloa Rd. exit. Proceed on Puuloa Rd. under freeway to Lagoon Dr. (Puuloa turns into Lagoon.) Take first left on Lagoon Dr. onto Waiwai Loop.
Rail Construction Impacting HEC
November 4, 2019
Beginning October 28, the mauka entrance of Waiwai Loop through Hawaii Employers Council is closed at night from 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. for utility relocation work. During the day, two way traffic will continue to be permitted on Waiwai Loop. This traffic pattern is anticipated to be effective through May 2020.
In mid-November, dates to be determined, utility poles will be installed near the construction yard adjacent to HEC. Construction will last for three days on a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. During those three days, street parking will be restricted near the work zone to accommodate two-way traffic, and the sidewalk will be closed in the work zone and pedestrians will be detoured to the opposite side of the street.
Through May 2021, the furthest right lane of Lagoon Drive heading mauka-bound will be closed between Aolele Street and Waiwai Loop. Motorists may continue to take a left turn from Lagoon Drive onto Waiwai Loop.